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OCD: Understanding and Handling Compulsive Behavior

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Length: 41 mins
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Summary

Study what Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is and how to deal with it the best way. 

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be a strong disorder and the tendencies pertaining to it can be challenging to manage, but if we learn to comprehend what it means, what the symptoms are, and what its main roots are, we will be better at handling the effects of it. Furthermore, symptoms can be treated and people who have it, can be cured. In this book, the author gives his audience some valuable insights as to how to do that. 

You will listen to:

  • The most usual symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
  • The explanation and description of OCD.
  • Biological, mental, and environmental causes.
  • More about treatments, medication, and solutions
  • Brain science and neural background information about the disorder.
  • Ways to handle those who show symptoms of OCD, whether they are kids or adults.
  • And much more!
     

So don’t wait and start listening immediately! Buy this audiobook now!

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OCD happens

I have a few controlling ticks myself, maybe not OCD, but I understand the concept and I think those who are far beyond that, really need the information on what it is, the symptoms and the effects, so they can treat it the right way.

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OCD is a commonly misunderstood thing

I think everyone should listen to this book to understand the symptoms and the treatment for OCD.

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  • crista lee
  • 25-01-19

this is a great book! helpful & well put

narration was good although I had a problem downloading it & I'd like to save it to read it again.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-12-18

boring

confusing towards the middle. I had a hard time staying focused. wasn't interesting and want to return this book.

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  • A. Sznejman
  • 20-05-19

Informative,interesting,concise preface .

This book is very concise, maybe a little too short, thus it’s not very elaborate on the different aspects of ocd , esp. pure o Ocd, and about thec comorbidity with other mental ailments such as ptsd (which should also be considred in treating ocd) , and depression as preceding ocd, nonetheless for people like myself who find it difficult to concentrate for extended period of time, its a good enough preface,Which offers interesting and basic important information.
it could have been augmented by more examples.
Although i myself didnt have complete successful experience with hrs (high resolution stimulation) ,and although it (like deep magnetic stimulation and neurofeedback) is not readily available(for not being offered by many therapists and high cost) its important to point out it is also an option.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-11-18

Enlightening

I learned, for the first time, more about obsessive compulsive disorder. Very nice book indeed.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-11-18

Obsessive disorder

Yeah, I knew about this before, but there was still new information in this book. Nice book.

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  • Timothy
  • 22-11-18

Awesome book!

I loved it and I think you can learn a lot about this disorder or the little ticks we may all have in one degree or another.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-11-18

Great stuff

I liked it, it was clear, it was concise, and it was cheap. And with this, I learned everything I wanted to know about OCD.

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  • Christina
  • 20-11-18

Don't get obsessed

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is something you hear mentioned, but you never really figure out what it is completely. Guides like these can help.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-11-18

I must have

This book explains obsessive compulsive disorder very well. I think the narrator was perfectly understandable.

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  • Derrick Perri
  • 15-11-18

Dave Rodan nailed it

The author really knows what he is talking about. OCD is a common disorder and I think everyone should learn more about it.