• OCD: The Brain and Thoughts of OCD Patients

  • By: Fredrick Gaines
  • Narrated by: Jason Wright
  • Length: 3 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

OCD has often been treated with success. In most cases, this treatment simply means that the symptoms are reduced and managed effectively. OCD can be something to live with, and can even, in some cases, work to a person’s advantage. However, addictions and compulsions can also be harmful to the brain and create a wave of dopamine fluctuations that damages one’s mental health.

In this audiobook, we’ll go over some specific compulsions. We’ll answer various questions and tap into the information we have about hereditary causes. The 12-step program for families is laid out as a useful tool for those who have become caught up in addictions.

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©2020 Fredrick Gaines (P)2020 Fredrick Gaines

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Great information

I think I haven't seen this good of a book on the topic of OCD in a while. Fredrick Gaines seems to know a lot about it. Good professional voice actor too.

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Interesting content

I was always wondering about what OCD was and what kinds of disorders were related to it. This is a good book. I recommend it.

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Useless

90% about meducations and rare treatments. Very little helpful information. Did not appreciate the proselytizing at the end.

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My compliments

My compliments to the author and the storyteller. I literally did not see something wrong about this book. If I am incorrect, then let me know about that. However, I found it to be almost perfect, and that's what made a difference to me.

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Yes!

I great guide with accurate information about OCD. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a lot.