Pysch paper - Excessive concern with order, arrangement, or...

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The Insight on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) People who suffer from OCD go through a set of rituals everyday. They start off in the morning and end when they go to sleep. Some spend hours at a time performing complicated rituals involving hand-washing, counting, or checking to ward off persistent, unwelcome thoughts, feelings, or images. Although it may not seem as extreme these conditions lead to completely irrational thoughts. Such as fear of being contaminated by germs, excessive concern about injuring another person, fear that negative thoughts can drive their loved ones away and much more Constant, irrational worry about dirt, germs, or contamination. 
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Unformatted text preview: Excessive concern with order, arrangement, or symmetry. Fear that negative or aggressive thoughts or impulses will cause personal harm or harm to a loved one. Preoccupation with losing or throwing away objects with little or no value. Excessive concern about accidentally or purposefully injuring another person. Feeling overly responsible for the safety of others. Distasteful religious and sexual thoughts or images. Doubting that is irrational or excessive...
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