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Relationship OCD, fear or jealousy that one's mate or oneself will
cheat, abandon, be unfaithful, leave, desert, engage in infidelity, not really feel love, or be unfaithful. Relationship
OCD sufferers might compulsively check their mate's whereabouts, social interactions, tone of voice, telephone calls, set
up tests to see if there mate loves them, etc.
their own love for the other person, and fear that they themselves will be unfaithful and cheat. This makes them
feel guilty and they compulsively test their attraction to their partner, or compulsively break up and make up many times,
sometimes even in the same week. Feel free to email a question to Dr. Brodsky for a free consultation within 24 hours. Or make an appointment online now or by calling 212-726-2390.
Relationship OCD May Be Hurting Your Sex Life: Couples
Obsessed With Each Other's Fidelity Are Sexually Dissatisfied
June 24, 2014 02:52 PM
By Lizette Borreli, MEDICAL DAILY
worrying about your partner's fidelity can increase your relationship stress and decrease your libido.
'Relationship OCD' May
Hurt Sex Life
By Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer l
June 17, 2014 03:39pm ET
By MICHELLE CASTILLO / CBS NEWS / February 14, 2013, 10:47 AM
jealous or insecure
about your relationship?
You may have ROCD