FOREWORD BY PROFESSOR PAUL SALKOVSKIS
- You left the doctor's surgery before you could ask the things you really wanted to know.
- You've googled your question about OCD and had 75 answers, all contradicting each other.
- You asked your best friend - but they looked at you strangely.
You have so many questions, but no idea where to start finding the answers. Here they are. In this book you'll find the definitive, expert responses to all your FAQs: On OCD. No question is too simple, too embarrassing, too rude or too offbeat to be included, and each one has been asked by thousands of people just like you.
Will people judge me for my thoughts?
Can hormones make OCD worse?
Does anyone ruminate as much as me?
All these questions, and hundreds more, are covered in this short but powerful, helpful, practical guide to managing your OCD. Read at your leisure, or dip in and out when you most need the support or to shine a light on the thoughts and feelings that are making you uncomfortable or unhappy, and to bring them out of the shadows so you can understand and accept them.
Publisher: John Murray Press
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 140 g
Dimensions: 214 x 134 x 12 mm
Each answer is thoughtful and comprehensive. And, they acknowledge where there is uncertainty or nuances to the answer. So the book is suitable for anyone with OCD or their loved ones and well worth the price - Professor David Veale, Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in OCD
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