TK Maxx scraps ‘obsessive Christmas disorder’ range over complaints it trivialised mental illness

“The glamorisation of mental illness really bothers me because in reality there is nothing fun, quirky or cool about it.

“At some point, it became socially acceptable and trendy to use OCD as an adjective.

Another sufferer, who saw the products for sale in the St Helen’s branch, said.

Laura, 40, who has lived with the illness for 30 years, said: “It’s making light of something that I feel is not a light thing.”