Obsessive Compulsive Disorders are characterized as compulsive behaviors or intrusive thoughts that interfere with the daily or quality of life for a person.

OCD can lasts for years or be a lifelong concern that is chronic in nature.

Repetitive mental acts or behavioral acts (compulsions) are performed in a ritualistic manner; for example, counting to seven each time one walks through a doorway.

Common obsessions include: accidental harm to self or others, contamination, a need for perfection, or symmetry and exactness.

Examples of Compulsions: showering rituals, toilet rituals, cleaning compulsions, grooming rituals, ordering/arranging, mental rituals, counting, checking, and tapping rubbing or touching.

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