A Little Obessive Compulsive

Excessive cleaning, extreme superstition, rechecking the door locks—these are a few OCD symptoms people suffer. In these pages, read about one teenager’s account of the disorder, an accurate depiction on film, and the thoughts of the obsessive compulsive.

The Endless Shades of OCD

By Elias Aboujaoude M.D.

A patient's struggle with a peculiar symptom

OCD Is No Longer in Charge: One Kid’s Story

By Guest Blogger

A teenager's frank account of his battle with OCD.

Thoughts of the Obsessive Compulsive

By Robert L. Leahy Ph.D.

Fear of your thoughts and sensations

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