• OCD

  • Cognitive Habits, Help to Cope, and Scientific Research
  • By: Melissa Robertos
  • Narrated by: Harry Thomson
  • Length: 3 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (97 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you have OCD? Or do you know someone who has OCD?

Or perhaps you have just seen the symptoms in yourself and others, and you’re wondering if it’s enough to classify it as a “disorder”.

Either way, OCD is more common than you think. Therefore, it’s important and useful to educate yourself about it. One of the best ways you can do this, is by reading or listening to a book that explains all the details, the things to look, and answers a myriad of questions people have asked about it.

This is exactly what this book will provide you: The means to comprehend the disorder better, and to figure out the best solutions that are applicable to you or someone else who has it. In this guide, you’ll find helpful tips about parenting those with OCD, other related disorders that could be involved, or the causes and theories about the disorder in general.

On top of that, the very nature of obsessions and compulsions is described intricately, as well as the cerebral causes and factors that attribute to the condition.

Go ahead and get started. You won’t regret it.

©2020 Melissa Robertos (P)2020 Melissa Robertos

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OCD is serious

I think OCD is a serious thing you should be taking serious. It's something some people have and it can be a benefit or a disadvantage, depending on the the situation.

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Good to know more about this

I think it's good to know more about OCD. Some of use may have a compulsion of washing their hands (not a bad thing during this coronavirus period), and others with counting or organizing things. I think we all have our quirks, but official OCD diagnoses are difficult to handle at times. This is a good book, and I recommend it to everyone who knows someone who has OCD, or thinks they have it.

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No complaints

I have no complaints about this book. I liked it. I think it contains good information, and I'm happy with it. Thanks for teaching us more about OCD, Melissa.

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Wow

Good book. I was pretty impressed. Was this it? Ah, maybe there is another one. I don't know.

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