• OCD

  • Learning to Deal with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • By: Melissa Robertos
  • Narrated by: Harry Thomson
  • Length: 4 hrs
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this audiobook, specific aspects of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) will be highlighted. The pathology and compulsive motives behind an obsession aren’t always clear to the general public, even though they are perfectly explicatory. Therefore, this guide has been put together in order to go into further depth.

The book discusses various subtopics, including sexual compulsions, that will be addressed in detail. Also, the book will talk about OCD and its hereditary origin, denial from clients, medical examinations and drugs, alternative treatments, the 12-step program and its relevance, and a wide range of questions and answers. 

All in all, you will find an abundance of information about OCD and its many attributing factors you may have never considered. For this reason, it would be good for you to buy this audiobook and listen to it. 

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©2020 Melissa Robertos (P)2020 Melissa Robertos

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Loved it

This is a great book with a lot for you to learn. The disorder discussed in the book is common, more common than you may think. I personally know some people who don't have a "disorder" but do have some quirks that come close to what is being described here. So it's been helpful to recognize those and take the advice given in this book.

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Everything you need to know

Is here. Yep. everything you need to know about OCD is here. Sure, there are other sources of information that can teach you more about it too. I"m not saying that. But the basics and some of the more peculiar facts are all in here. Look no further (or do... see if I care) if you want to learn what OCD is.

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Niceness!

I don't know if "niceness" is a real word, but if it is, then there is a lot of niceness in this book. There is so much information that it may make your head explode.

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Great narrator, great author

I know I'm not the best of critique writers, but this is worthy of praise. The author and narrator have obviously put so much time and energy into these books.

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OCD is serious

This is a hidden treasure. This audio book has precious facts. In the beginning, I was wondering where exactly it was going, but after tuning in to it for a while, I got into it. Then I saw this book for what it was: A great work by an educated writer and professional narrator.

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  • 03-24-20

Melissa did great

Or as they would say in some parts of the world, "She nailed it." She really did, with her knowledge of OCD and her clinical solutions and suggestions. Great book. I can't say it enough.

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