What Is Your Thanksgiving OCD Level On A Scale Of 1 To 5?

Thanksgiving is upon us and as we speak, hordes of judgmental relatives are descending up on your house. 92% of people experience regular or increased stress over the holidays, but does the stress increase or decrease your OCD?

Your dining room, which you don't often use for actual dining, looks like this currently. How would you describe it?

Your dining room, which you don't often use for actual dining, looks like this currently. How would you describe it?

Do you trust your other family members to set the Thanksgiving table?

Do you trust your other family members to set the Thanksgiving table?

What do you think your relatives will notice first about this living room?

What do you think your relatives will notice first about this living room?

Guests will only be sitting in the living and dining room. To what degree do you clean your kitchen after preparing Thanksgiving dinner?

Guests will only be sitting in the living and dining room. To what degree do you clean your kitchen after preparing Thanksgiving dinner?

Who does the cooking in your house?

Who does the cooking in your house?

When you are cooking, do you enjoy having help?

When you are cooking, do you enjoy having help?

Guests arrive, and you notice they aren't wiping their feet at the door even though it's been raining. What do you do?

Guests arrive, and you notice they aren't wiping their feet at the door even though it's been raining. What do you do?

Everyone has left your house. How long do you wait to clean up?

Everyone has left your house. How long do you wait to clean up?

What Is Your Thanksgiving OCD Level On A Scale Of 1 To 5?

  1. You got: 1

    The Holidays are when you're at your most relaxed! Cheer and love are in the air as you take some time out to unwind and relax with your family and friends. Whatever your OCD looks like normally, Thanksgiving has a way of helping you cope and feel better than ever!
  2. You got: 2

    You're feeling pretty good this Thanksgiving! You're able to kick back and relax with your family and friends but that doesn't mean you won't also make sure everything gets done! Sure, a turkey carved up by a mutant with knuckle claws won't be perfectly even, but it'll still taste great thanks to your innate cooking abilities!
  3. You got: 3

    Thanksgiving isn't helping your OCD, but it's also nothing you can't handle! Your perfectionism is just going to make the holiday better for everyone involved. Your dinner will be perfect and your table will be flawlessly set with all the silverware in exactly the right places. Make sure you check yourself regularly to make sure you're doing alright, but also know that your hard work will be much appreciated!
  4. You got: 4

    This Thanksgiving, the stress is only increasing your OCD level. Everything looks like a mess right now and you may feel the need to fix it. Just remember to breathe and make sure you ask for help in the kitchen if it's available. Your family and friends just want to help make your holiday as good as you're trying to make their holiday.
  5. You got: 5

    Thanksgiving is cranking your OCD way up. You're hard enough on yourself. It's definitely not helping that other people are on their way to your house to judge your cleanliness and cooking. Just remember to breathe and to let your family and friends know the best way they can help you get through the holiday. Keep them updated on your thoughts and feelings about what's bothering you, and they'll be more than happy to assist.