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Obsessive compulsive disorder is quite a common thing that plagues a lot of people today. It is not an isolated case. You or your loved ones may have it as well. Knowing what you are up against can help you get better equipped for fighting this debilitating battle against your thoughts and actions.

Learn what obsessive compulsive disorder is, and how it differs from a similarly named disorder called obsessive compulsive personality disorder (OCPD). Learn how obsessive compulsive disorder affects adults and children, and what you can do to remove or at least lessen the torment caused by it.

OCD Covered...

  • What Is OCD?
  • OCD or OCPD?
  • OCD in Children
  • How to Cope with OCD
  • Tools for Managing OCD at Home
  • Relationships and OCD
  • Much, much more!

©2014 Jeffrey Powell (P)2015 Jeffrey Powell

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Good book to identify what OCD is.

I was disappointed with this book because I was looking for a self help book for my OCD. This book will be beneficial for a person that does not know or understand what OCD is.

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Hard to listen to

This recording included some interesting information. Although the content was at times repetitive,I found it helpful. Unfortunately, the narration made it very difficult to listen to, and even hard to understand some passages. The narrator spoke clearly enough, but too quickly and so dispassionately that it sounded a bit robotic. And I'm quite sure that when he said "efficiency" at one point the correct word was "efficacy." Given the brevity of the book, if I were to do it over again I'd choose the print edition.

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