You think you’re a perfectionist. All your dress shirts hung “just so,” and your office desk has to be wiped clean daily before you leave. Often, you do things repeatedly or think of the ramifications of not doing something. If this is true, you may be suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Some people crave social gatherings and being in someone else’s company. They thrive in those environments, but many others don’t. In fact, millions of people avoid such situations, fearful of their own behavior and paranoid about self-embarrassment. Feelings begin taking over their everyday lives, likely a sign of social anxiety.