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- Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 18.32
Are you plagued by obsessive thoughts, rituals or routines? Would you like to regain control over your behaviour and cast your fears aside? Whether you are compelled to wash your hands more and more thoroughly or feel the need to keep checking that you've turned off appliances, obsessive worries can be a drain on daily life. However, you don't need... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.24
?A surprising tale of success by medical science confronted with a nearly insurmountable disorder. Well-rounded, powerful, and inspirational.? ? Kirkus Reviews In the vein of Manic and Girl, Interrupted , and the popular stories of Oliver Sacks, Life in Rewind is the captivating true story of promising young athlete Ed Zine?s... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 5.99
Bad thoughts that won't go away...repetitive actions...feelings of guilt and shame... Are you overwhelmed by a need to "get it right"? Do continual "what-ifs" prevent you from making decisions? Do you check again and again to see if the door is locked? Are your thoughts and habits causing you anxiety, guilt, or shame? If so, you're not alone. You... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2013; US$ 17.00
Obsessive-compulsive disorder has been called the "hidden epidemic": only a very few of the many people who have it reveal their condition. Ian Osborn is one of those who suffers from OCD, and his personal experience imbues this book with an exceptional clarity and understanding. Dr. Osborn discusses the various forms OCD takes and--using the most... more...
- New Harbinger Publications 2009; US$ 19.95
In Freedom from Self-Harm , two psychologists specializing in self-injury treatment present a program based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for overcoming cutting and other self-harming behaviors. Readers learn coping skills for handling difficult emotions and urges to injure themselves. more...
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2005; US$ 22.95
OCD affects one in fifty people and one of them was Ruth Deane. In this frank and personal account she shares her own experience as an OCD sufferer, taking the reader on a moving, honest and at times light-hearted journey, from washing her hands until they cracked and bled, to hospital admission and eventual management and recovery from OCD. more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 19.99 US$ 18.19
Arguably one of the most complex emotional disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is surprisingly common. Furthermore, most people at some time in their lives exhibit a smattering of OCD-like symptoms. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder For Dummies sorts out the otherwise curious and confusing world of obsessive compulsive disorder. Engaging and comprehensive,... more...
- Atlantic Books 2011; US$ 9.99
Joanne Limburg thinks things she doesn't want to think, and does things she doesn't want to do. As a young woman, obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours had come to completely dominate her life. She knew that something was wrong, but it would take many painful years of searching to find someone who could explain her symptoms. The... more...
- New Harbinger Publications 2011; US$ 16.95
Written by therapist and ethicist Elliot Cohen, The Dutiful Worrier presents a comprehensive and compassionate four-step plan for overcoming guilt-driven worry, the mistaken belief that one has to worry in order to prevent catastrophe. more...