Saturday, May 26, 2012


The day after the "infamous apology," I had another (unrelated) meeting with my boss. She asked something about whether the incident had rolled around my head the night before. She has no reason to know that I have OCD. So I can only assume that, as I thought, my reaction was one that even people without OCD would have. Interesting.


  1. You know, I always assume that my "issues" are always OCD stuff, but I get surprised quite often when I realize other people without OCD think the same way about stuff. Yep, interesting.

  2. I agree with Sunny--I tend to relate all my issues to my issues, so to speak. But apparently everyone has doubts about what really went on during a interaction, and definitely everyone feels uncomforable sometimes by human interactions.