• OCD

  • Theories and Explanations About Compulsive Behavior
  • By: Melissa Robertos
  • Narrated by: Harry Thomson
  • Length: 3 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (98 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When people are diagnosed with OCD, it doesn’t always come as a surprise. With others, it may be more of a shock. However, when we look at the symptoms and the influences that affect such people, it may not be any wonder that it is more prevalent than many have assumed it to be. OCD is a very real, common disorder that knows variations in severity and randomness. Some people are obsessed with cleaning, while others can’t stop double-checking locks, organizational spaces, or items. 

With this elaborate guide, you will become more familiar with the compulsions, the obsessive behavior, and the main types of OCD patients that exist, as classifications indicate. Some people have observed how different theories about and views on the disorder can positively or negatively affect it. We will cover some of those as well.  

Therapy can be useful, as long as it is applied effectively. Hence, we will go over some of the most common and effective therapy forms to enlighten you with further knowledge. 

If you would like to learn more, then I invite you to listen.

©2020 Melissa Robertos (P)2020 Melissa Robertos

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OCD explained

I got a lot out of this. I wish I didn't have to say more about it, because I don't have a lot more to say about it, but if you want to share a review, you can only do so with a certain minimum number of words. Haha! I guess I reached the minimum. Anyway, yeah, I learned a lot. Nice topic. Nice information.

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Perfect to me

It sounded perfect to me. Everyone can think differently, but I stand by the fact that I was amazed. Thanks, Melissa.

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Got it

If ever you're looking for a guide on this particular theme, get this one. I didn't stop listening till completion. That's how much I liked it. I was delighted to hear the correct pronunciation of all the words by a competent audiobook producer.

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Perfect information

The information in here is spot on. It all relates to the topic of OCD, it shares insights I hadn't thought of before, and it was all well executed by the narrator Harry Thomson. Good job. Kuddos (do they still say that?)

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Amazing book

I was amazed at how well executed everything was. And I think Harry Thomson is a pro.