It is thought that negative is an important determinant in the development of thought processes and that lack of psychic develops depending on the ways of experiencing. According to this, it can be argued that the concept of negative functions as a kind of primary defense mechanism in order to cope with the traces of disappointing objects in the psychic world (Green, 1999). At this point, in order to evaluate the meaning of what is negative in the mental world of individuals, it is thought that the answers given to white spaces can be examined with Rorschach Test (İkiz, 2002). In this study, which was conducted in the context of defining deficiency, the white area and white space responses of 20 adult patients diagnosed as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) were evaluated. According to the study results, it is seen that patients try to fill the gap with representations which have narcissistic value such as ?candelier?, ?fluffy beautiful dress?, ?royal kingdom?. In this context, the lack of OCD diagnosed individuals can experience as a narcissistic loss, and in order to cope with this loss, it can be said that patients struggle to integrate white space responses with other representations such as ??cat face??, ??crowned one??, ??2 kittens are playing in the arms of monkey mothers, but there is only chest and bow tie?? or ??smiling face ??. Finally, it is thought that patients struggle to cope with loss, using intellectual mechanism, due to filling of white areas with ?head? responses.