You often broken-connect with your partner? If so, maybe you or your partner suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder relationship (ROCD).
Relationship of obsessive-compulsive disorder (ROCD) is a form of obsessive compulsive disorder, a condition that can bring thoughts of unwanted, anxiety, and repetitive behaviors done to address their concerns, which usually it does not work. According to Steven Brodsky, a clinical psychologist and director of the OCD and Panic Center of New York and New Jersey, with the relationship of obsessive-compulsive disorder, obsessions usually fall into two categories: Asking if you love your partner, or ask if your partner loves you .
Guy Doron, from the School of Psychology at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel, stating that one of his patients told him even though he loves his partner, he can not stop thinking whether he might be happier with a woman whom he met on the street or on Facebook.
Encouragement can involve strenuous efforts to check the fidelity couples, such as repeatedly to contact him, check email or internet search history or continuously asked if they were serious when expressing their love.
Actually normal to pick these thoughts while in a relationship from time to time, Brodsky said. However, a person is considered impaired if these thoughts interfere with daily life, such as the inability to finish the job.
In the end, these symptoms can lead to a fragile relationship. “This relationship can be characterized by frequent off and on in a week or a month,” said Brodsky. Relationship of obsessive-compulsive disorder can also be a self-fulfilling prophecy if the symptoms are really pushing her partner left her.