Compulsive patients are concerned about every detail of their lives. These patients pride themselves on their ability to solve all problems, but when their health deteriorates, they lose their composure because they cannot deal with ambiguity or uncertainty. They deny their feelings of anger and anxiety, and projection is a common reaction to their illness. In dealing with the compulsive patient, the interviewer must provide very detailed and specific information to the patient in a straightforward manner. The patient should be allowed as much control as possible, and all the possibilities discussed should be explained clearly.
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