Tim's been called obsessive or having to need to control things by a lot of characters, even had it end relationships. There's this from Teen Titans I have on hand
I'm not saying "oh thats direct proof he has it", because I don't think that was the writer's intention, but what are some stances on it? Especially anyone who has OCD (as I do myself).
I've been seeing a lot of similarities between my own struggle with OCD and Tim's obsessive behavior and while he doesn't seem compulsive, not all OCD compulsions come out in "physical" ways (so can be mental compulsions, or making sure "everything is okay and under control") and it also isn't just things like cleaning.
I'm just going with screenshots I already have saved, but Tim's arguably unhealthy need to bring back Conner despite rationally knowing it wasn't possible and wouldn't be the same person could be argued with this
And Tim's conversation with Conner after he's back about it on how it was his way of coping (as obsessions with OCD can often be brought out even more from stressors and anxiety, or larger things like greif) (from Action Comics)
So, thoughts? Anyone else have other moments of Tim showing larger than average levels of obsessiveness and need to have things under control to contribute? I'm still reading through his comics so I'd love to see if anyone's been on the same thought trail as me on this and has more to add! :)