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4 Common Misconceptions About OCD

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The term "OCD" often gets thrown around lightly by people describing their affinity for neatness, but actual obsessive-compulsive disorder is a serious condition that goes well beyond just cleaning and counting. Hosted by: Brit Garner ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Kelly Landrum Jones, Sam Lutfi, Kevin Knupp, Nicholas Smith, D.A. Noe, alexander wadsworth, سلط الخليفي, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Bella Nash, Charles Southerland, Bader AlGhamdi, James Harshaw, Patrick Merrithew, Patrick D. Ashmore, Candy, Tim Curwick, charles george, Saul, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Viraansh Bhanushali, Kevin Bealer, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Justin Lentz ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources: http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/abs/10.1176/appi.ajp.162.2.228 https://www.nature.com/mp/journal/v15/n1/abs/mp200894a.html https://www.researchgate.net/publication/225845035_Obsessive-Compulsive_Disorder https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/obsessive-compulsive-disorder-ocd/treatment/ http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022395612002531 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/da.22232/full http://www.mdedge.com/clinicalpsychiatrynews/article/126694/anxiety-disorders/whats-next-deep-brain-stimulation-ocd https://academic.oup.com/brain/article/132/4/853/284625 ---------- Images: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:DSM-5_%26_DSM-IV-TR.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tiefe_Hirnstimulation_-_Sonden_RoeSchaedel_ap.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tiefe_Hirnstimulation_-_Sonden_RoeSchaedel_seitl.jpg
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Brionyx (20 дней назад)
I have an icd (trichotillomania) so I know about compulsions and such yet my mum worries more about my older sisters non existent ocd. Sure she likes things to be clean and she likes even numbers but it doesnt take over her life or debilitate her. It’s infuriating to hear ‘thats her ocd!’ Every two seconds 🙄
House Phone (1 месяц назад)
These assumptions evaporate when you encounter REAL OCD
Sweets4 Life (1 месяц назад)
Is it a symptom of OCD to be reading a book and have to say a curtain word in the book or a sound in that world a few times over?
Olympia.WA (2 месяца назад)
I used to find myself checking the door to my house was locked a few times every night to calm my anxiety that someone could break in. I would go check the door, see that it was locked, start to head to my room and then have to go back to the door to check again. I could see the bolt was locked but I had to touch it otherwise it didn't soothe my anxiety. I also will notice that something isn't lined up perfectly and have to adjust it, sometimes over and over until it was perfect. However, it doesn't really cause any harm to me so it's not something I am concerned about.
SnowWonder (2 месяца назад)
I've dealt with minor OCD for a most of my life, but didn't know it. I'd just describe myself as "illogically paranoid" and "quirky." However, when my dad suddenly died while I was in high school, my OCD became unbearable and I realized something was very wrong, but not what. It was then that I watched a video called something like "you don't have OCD and here's why." I knew OCD wasn't what people portrayed, but I had no idea I had it. The video described me perfectly. Suddenly it made sense why I couldn't sleep because I had to keep getting up and checking the door was locked 10-20 times a night, and why I kept emailing myself my work so I'd have multiple backups even when I wanted to just go to sleep, or why I had to have my door cracked just right to relax and not feel super on edge to get work done or sleep, or why I washed my hands too much causing them to dry out and bleed. Simply knowing what it was allowed me to gradually tackle it, and conquer it mostly. I'm still a bit OCD, just not to the point of serious stress and interference in my life anymore. The obsession/mental aspect of it has gotten especially better. I'm not kept up by fear of horrible things happening to me and my friends and family and self doubt as much anymore. Now the compulsions are much less frequent and tied more to general anxiety than specific dark fears and negative thoughts. I used to obsessively worry about my house burning down, my loved ones dying in car crashes, my house being robbed by an armed robber, or everyone I know secretly disliking me, which is what I used to think about. Disclaimer - I have not been diagnosed by a professional, but that's because they're expensive, and others in my family need professional help more. I have been told I have anxiety issues by my doctor, which I don't doubt and I'm fairly certain I had a problem with legitimate OCD.
The Turtwig Team (2 месяца назад)
I don't want to say I have OCD because I understand how many people lie saying they do. I haven't been diagnosed because I've never told anyone, so I'm gonna assume I don't have it. But I have this weird thing I've had since I could remember. If I'm sitting, I'd tap my knee. Then I'd get a buzz in my head making me want to tap the other knee, but that's not enough. Next I would tap the same knee I tapped before, then the one I tapped first so it would go right left left right. I would continue this pattern like my brain trying to find an end to it. Eventually I would have to get up but then if I was walking, I'd do the same thing wit my steps. This made me look like a dancing idiot. I would do this inhaling and exhaling, and just about anything you could imagine. I still have it but I don't wanna say I have OCD without being diagnosed. Does anyone know what's wrong with me?
OHM-968692 (3 месяца назад)
Exactly! These days people say you have OCD if you simply wash your hands with soap after using the bathroom!
Jon Patrik (3 месяца назад)
I would include Pure O(bsession) in your lists of "behaviors." This consists of symptoms such as being afraid of hurting others with your thoughts, or compulsively imagining worst possible scenarios, like sudden fears of hitting someone with your car, or "what if I?" Often, people with these anxiety-provoking and sometimes paralyzing thought compulsions don't realize they have OCD.
Kirt Kirt (3 месяца назад)
2:06 people CAN be a bit anxious or a bit depressed or a bit OCD without having the associated mental illness... technically "a bit OC" without the "D", but really the "a bit" covers that it's not a full blown disorder. (also, you said that it was an extreme manifestation of a normal thing... then went on to say it's totally different to a normal thing... you're being contradictory)
TheProxy066 (3 месяца назад)
I have OCD and I'm a Hoarder and a Checker.
Bear studios (3 месяца назад)
A joke is a joke. A joke does not mean a lack of understanding and it does not minimize the situation or the affected. A joke can even aleviate the stress of situation or condition making it easier to talk about. A joke is simply that... a joke. And remind yourself of who you are offended on behalf of. It's not the afflicted. It's you that got uncomfortable because you don't know how to react so you get offended on behalf of people. As Daniel Sloss said, you jumped in front of a bullet headed towards a tree.
rightsdeup crocodile (5 месяцев назад)
Where is a description of OCPD
Val Joy (5 месяцев назад)
My mom has OCD. I just consider myself to have what I call “OCT”... obsessive compulsive tendencies since it doesn’t seem to hinder my life too much.
job chalmers (5 месяцев назад)
First, I see nothing wrong with having a light hearted sense of humor about mental disorders. I am a little ocd, maybe subclinical, but it’s something I say and took note of. Second, it frustrates me that we are so slow with neurological understanding. I know it’s only been barely a century of serious science, but still... ssri and other catch all drugs bother me. OCD? Ssri. Depressed? Ssri. Anxious? Ssri. Have random, insatiable pain(fibro)? SSRI!!
Kiko pichu (6 месяцев назад)
What about pure OCD?
Skyicee (7 месяцев назад)
I hate when people say “I’m so OCD” like no your not.
Chloe Johnson (7 месяцев назад)
I have OCD but I’m really really messy so I always laugh when people ask me if I’m neat
Antolin Julian (7 месяцев назад)
Flipping the light switch is so Charlie won't die.
Star Bright (8 месяцев назад)
As someone who has been professionally diagnosed with OCD, attends therapy, and takes medication; people saying "they're a little OCD" really makes me mad. You have no idea what it's like to live with OCD.
The Sentret (7 месяцев назад)
Star Bright Same, I have alot of those day/night containers with like 7 slots you know?
DiabloMinero (8 месяцев назад)
I definitely have had some subclinical obsessions and compulsions, but ever since around kindergarten I was able to keep them from affecting my everyday life much, so they're not a real disorder, just an annoyance. However, due to them I was able to empathize some with the protagonist of "Turtles All The Way Down," which made it painful to read. What I think is interesting is how our culture seems to fail to distinguish between pleasant fixations (special interests in autism for example) and negative obsessions (with the anxiety and the intrusive thoughts). Having experienced some amount of both (although not very much of true obsessions), I can assert with confidence that the similarity is only superficial.
Hikari Kaminari (8 месяцев назад)
Can you do a video that explains bipolar disorder
Drew Meador (9 месяцев назад)
can eating be an compulsion?
The Sentret (7 месяцев назад)
Drew Meador No that may be a eating disorder, check with your local doctor to see if you have the symptoms of that disorder.
Elena Kusevska (9 месяцев назад)
Treatment and managing are not the same thing
Voluntes (9 месяцев назад)
So just to be clear, my desire to step on sidewalk lines so that the arch of my foot is directly over the line every time is not a sign of OCD? I'm pretty sure it's normal but people tell me it's weird...
MrPenguin 208 (9 месяцев назад)
Does having to do things in a certain way count, even if it’s a little thing, like starting going up the stairs with the right foot
Sarah Kattt (9 месяцев назад)
MrPenguin 208 Yes, that counts.
Cadenthecapybara (9 месяцев назад)
I struggle with OCD, and some of my worst symptoms are: picking at my skin, popping joints, stressing and relaxing muscles, especially in my neck, and several others. However, therapy helped me with my most serious symptom: counting syllables on my hands. They had to be in groups of four or five, and it got to the point where I wasn't listening to anyone because I was too busy counting syllables. I would tailor what I said to have tbe "correct" amount. I still stuggle with it, but not nearly as much!
Gryphonzwing (10 месяцев назад)
why would you flip a light switch for your Cat thats silly your probably just annoying your cat.
Nat Clo (10 месяцев назад)
I dont often find it helpful to put people in boxes the way described here, if i was talking with someone who uses identity language to describe for example im depressed or im OCD, I would often respond with how depressed or OCD are you, taking them out of the box they were put in that describe them at their level of identity and into a spectrum which is often easier to work with as they go about changing believes, skills and/or behaviors.
Firefoxwaffles (10 месяцев назад)
Thank you for constantly working to spread the truth and dispel myths about mental illnesses! I always get so frustrated hearing people say things like "Ugh I'm so OCD if I see how dirty the room is I get SOOOOO anxious" , "My ex was so bipolar, she'd get mad and then she'd be happy she was crazy", or "I missed out on the tickets for a show I wanted to go to, I could kill myself right now!" Seriously? Not funny.
MissNewVegas 2 (10 месяцев назад)
This helps explain why I’d constantly fix my hair but never feel like it’s perfect so I did it so much in school and during class i got made fun of and was told I was vain..I still do it but it’s not as bad anymore.
iNezumi (10 месяцев назад)
Jesus people need to stop being so OCD about this.
Ava.florez1 (10 месяцев назад)
I think I might have OCD.
JaNai Studio (11 месяцев назад)
Thank you for this. I have OCD and when people say that im lying because I dont wash my hands 1000 times and im not always clean. Its hard to explain to people what OCD actually is. Mine is obessive thoughts that cripple my ablility to function on a healthy level. And I havent found my 'light switch' comfort. To the point where I wouldent go out with my kids because I was scared somthing would happe.. every time. Its more than just obsessive cleaning. It really does bother me that its turned into a 'trend' to be OCD
Pierre Luc (11 месяцев назад)
I'm a little ocd
Pierre Luc (11 месяцев назад)
I'm a little ocd
tate (11 месяцев назад)
my biology teacher constantly claims to be "a bit ocd" about things and it makes me hecka uncomfortable since i have ocd. i'd say something to her but she already hates me eek
Aceofacez10 (11 месяцев назад)
Im always glad to see videos that portray OCD with more clarity. I’ve been battling with it for a third of my lifetime at this point
Mulan 121 (11 месяцев назад)
Thank you for making this video, OCD is not what most people think it is. I have OCD and will obsess over getting one particular thing clean, like spending 3 hours cleaning the toaster, while the rest of my home stays messy. When I tell people that I have OCD and they see my messy home they say things like "not OCD enough", which is very frustrating. They're just making a joke but it comes from this popular misinformation about the disorder and it just makes you feel even more anxious about your mess.
Tripp426 (11 месяцев назад)
It's not OCD, it's CDO. Gotta put the letters in alphabetical order.
James Kissane (11 месяцев назад)
Don't forget about scrupulosity. This is where you have extreme religious/ moral compulsions.
Fantistic (11 месяцев назад)
Thank you a lot for spreading this knowledge. I'm sick of people joking about my illness
Josh Derak (11 месяцев назад)
What does it mean if someone blames the act of you sending them a text to them knocking over an ashtray?
Angela Sealana (11 месяцев назад)
Thank you!!!
HalcyonSerenade (11 месяцев назад)
Something my Psych professor wanted to make clear to us was that generally for a condition to be a "disorder," it has to disrupt living a "normal" life. So OCD isn't just the presence repeated thoughts and behaviors, it's a _debilitating_ interference to some degree. The DSM doesn't aim to describe personality quirks -- we wouldn't call it a _disorder_ if it were merely describing the general human tendency to correct something that doesn't fit with its surroundings.
Grace Axelrod (11 месяцев назад)
When I was in high school, I was diagnosed with depression, generalized anxiety, and PTSD, but I always thought I had OCD because I have a lot of its symptoms...but I have a lot of symptoms from various anxiety disorders (hence the generalized anxiety). After I graduated high school, I was diagnosed with OCPD...which explains a lot. Can you Scishow Psych please do an episode on OCPD? I think it would be a helpful resource for people.
tacosHELLYEAH (11 месяцев назад)
I'll stop joking about it, just please don't be so mad at me D:
Chris Elmer (1 год назад)
I wish I had successful entrepreneur mindset OCD.
Iñaki Silanes (1 год назад)
I'm sorry, but this video doesn't "dispell" those misconceptions for me (maybe my fault, for lack of understanding). As I see it, when people say "I am a bit OCD about X", they are making a good use of the term. They actually, and knowingly, mean that they have an obsession (all the books in the shelf must be aligned) and a compulsion (they can't help but align them if they are not). Of course, they do not mean "OCD" in a clinical way, they are not claiming they should be diagnosed with OCD. But expecting that would be stupid. One could say they are deaf to insults, and you wouldn't complain that deafness is a real clinical condition they do not suffer. One could say they are madly in love and you wouldn't complain that they have not been diagnosed with a mental illness, or that they should not use the term "mad" lightly. One could say that microtransactions are a cancer for the gaming industry and... need I go on?
KittySnicker (1 год назад)
Why do these discussions never cover those with OCD regarding their health/physical appearance??
Jerry VanNuys (1 год назад)
I'm CDO.... It's like OCD, but the letters are in alphabetical order like they're supposed to be.
Jordy R (1 год назад)
I spend so much time checking doors are closed.. switches are off... alarms are off.. even though I know they are done I can't sleep unless I've checked sometimes checking a alarm over and over for like 30 mins I hate that. Increases with stress too.. when all is good and I'm happy no stress checks seem to not be as needed...
GhostPanda0 (1 год назад)
I was told I have a type of OCD. A thought based one that whenever my hands or mind don't have something keeping them active I get dark, depressing, and sometimes dangerous thoughts. Now I have never acted on these thoughts. But because they have a defined trigger and are always the same type of thought pattern I was told that this is a type of OCD and has led me to constantly want something to keep my hands and mind active for fear the thoughts will return.
No Hetero (1 год назад)
I’m on Zoloft for ocd. Mine was I had to do everything 4 times. Examples: footsteps, bites, chews, blinks, breaths, and small movements. It took over my life and I couldn’t focus on anything. I was miserable.
Ashton Simmons (1 год назад)
Or just let them say it because logic and facts with normal people is useless
Medical Meccanica (1 год назад)
One of the episodes of the anime Trapeze focuses on a guy with the "checking" kind of OCD. I think it's episode 6 or 7? The anime is episodic and several episodes deal with what would be dx'd as OCD in Japan (apparently it's more of an umbrella term there..? don't take my word for it though, just speaking from a friend's research.) Friend of mine with OCD says that and Turtles All The Way Down, as mentioned in another comment, are really good representation. Also that's one of the best episodes of the whole 12? 11? episode series, so definitely give it a look if you're interested in a portrayal of OCD that's not all "eerie mentally ill person cleans all the time, creepy"
lordofcakez (1 год назад)
Could you do an episode on ADHD?
Kyra Smith (1 год назад)
People don't want to be set straight, we're in an anti-intellectual age in general society.
Dávid Kertész (1 год назад)
"Particularry distressing to the patient". Yeah, that's not vague at all.
Ich bin schwarz (1 год назад)
What about Pure-O OCD? Why is it that people are less aware of it than they are about “normal” OCD? Is it because of the lack of visible, non-mental, compulsions?
Brendan Hoffmann (1 год назад)
I was diagnosed with ocd about 3 years ago. Mine is predominantly obsessional. I still have a long way in treatment to go but I’ve already come so far in 3 years. It was hard at first to have hope that I would get better. I still struggle some days (or weeks and months).
Zeekza (1 год назад)
Tbh I get REALLY triggered when people talk about mental illnesses and disorders in a joking manner.
Artifying (1 год назад)
I've had lifelong OCD that manifested itself when I was only 6 years old. Although I am outspoken about my other illnesses (clinical depression, anxiety, and narcolepsy to name a few) OCD has always been an area of shame for me. Most of my friends don't know I have OCD for fear of ostracization due to my compulsions. Thanks for making this video. I really hope people stop using it as a dysphemism for liking things tidy.
MrShadow12622 (1 год назад)
You're a good host, you are clear and knowledgeable
ForeverOfTheStars (1 год назад)
I think the biggest misconception here is that when people say they're OCD they don't actually think they're OCD, they're just joking.
phantas (1 год назад)
Is it OCD if you're brain repeats a thought over and over on a loop until you feel exhausted and sick of the subject? Also I randomly get a thought like "touch the wall right now or you'll die" and it's hard to resist tapping the wall.
Ryan Hollaus (1 год назад)
I think clearing misconceptions like this are really important for the field and just for the general public's understanding of mental illness. I would also really like to see some content about the term "Psycho" and how people use it as a term meaning someone who is irrational or "crazy".
Sydney Tonkin (1 год назад)
I don’t have OCD. But because I have other stigmatized mental health issues, I get very annoyed when people say “oh I’m so OCD” im like “No. no you’re not. You have a ‘thing’. We all have ‘things’. It’s normal. It’s okay.”
Pile of carbon (1 год назад)
Are OCD and Tourettes syndrome related?
Tim Davis (1 год назад)
joonatanu (1 год назад)
It's CDO, it's CDO!
Charles Zumbiel (1 год назад)
Don't tell me who's funny
Bobby Girl (1 год назад)
I tried pills which helped initially but over time I gained so much weight and began to have high blood pressure. Therapy was the best thing I ever did. I combod cannabis and therapy and it worked for me. I personally recommend marijuana and no shame for using it. Marijuana works.
Bobby Girl (1 год назад)
Weed helped me omg it calmed me down so much.
Cloud Galaxy (1 год назад)
Many people have minor symptoms of OCD. It's like height. There are varying degrees of severity, and eventually you can diagnose someone with OCD, but that doesn't mean that when someone says they're a little OCD, that they're dead wrong. What they mean when they say that is that they are a little obsessive or compulsive about something, which isn't inaccurate. If they had more of those symptoms, then they would eventually reach the arbitrary line we call OCD. So yeah, someone saying they are OCD when they have a little obsession or compulsion is wrong, but some people aren't too far off.
ForgottenFirearm (1 год назад)
When I was younger, I mainly had to deal with symmetry compulsions and compulsions involving bodily (especially hands) cleanliness and environmental cleanliness --things that may cause the body or clothes to become polluted. Virtually everywhere outside of the home was considered polluted, so after going out, I'd change clothes (straight into the laundry hamper with the "dirty" ones) before sitting in my chair at home, lest it become polluted. Thankfully I'm entirely rid of that compulsion today. However, to this day I still have some symmetry compulsions, but I'm mostly able to tolerate environments with non-squarely arranged objects. But I still straighten them if I have the time. It's like...anything else is like you're TRYING to make your workspace unnavigable, which wastes time, which wastes money. So there's an element of rationality, and a pragmatically useful outcome if I allow that compulsion to inform some of my behavior. Looking back...yeah. It's pretty weird. It's like a vague sense that something very, very bad is going to happen if you fail to perform the ritual --no matter how much you try to talk sense into yourself. Mercifully I never had to deal with constantly looping patterns of behavior. That's gotta be rough.
ForgottenFirearm (1 год назад)
I won't go into detail, but I'm pretty sure the OCD was triggered/introduced when I was compelled to spend time with another child I really didn't want to be around for several reasons. This went on for a couple years. I hope this helps someone.
ThisCatIsOnFire (1 год назад)
Lmao I have real OCD and no one believes it because I hoard so much and I'm not that much of a perfectionist
Russia Did It (1 год назад)
Just smoke and drink alot. Youll be good
Zenytram Searom (1 год назад)
every body i know has OCD on facebook.
CyPhi68 (1 год назад)
Do non-human primates exhibit OCD? If is common, did it or does it have evolutionary value?
Fandyus (1 год назад)
Yeah, but whatever you do you'll never convince tubmlr that they're not all OCD.
Lightly Salted (1 год назад)
This video has a very forceful tone about not joking about OCD or making light of it, which kinda surprised me. I've seen people joke about it before, but not to the degree that other mental health issues are joked about ("triggered" comes to mind).
Yunnik (1 год назад)
I usually assume people know what OCD actually is when they say they have it and are merely joking. Not the best thing to joke about diseases, but no reason to lecture them either, right?
wildwestherp s (1 год назад)
Seems like some people can't take a joke
Tori A (1 год назад)
wildwestherp s nah I can take a joke I think jokes r good it’s just that ocd is so trivializes
HeyHay (1 год назад)
I don't have OCD but I used to check the lock on my bedroom door nearly constantly and I got anxious if I went to long without making sure it was locked. I don't do it anymore because I don't live with my violent brother anymore. It was a fear response, not ocd.
Alex Paradise (1 год назад)
Thank you for making this. A close family member of mine had severe OCD in the form of checking habits. Before we could ever leave the house, he would check each appliance, including the stove and refrigerator, to make sure they were unplugged. He took the batteries out of things, locked and unlocked every door in the house, and then got back into the car, only to repeat the cycle a dozen more times before we could go down the street to the grocery store. He got treatment in terms of medication and cognitive behavioral therapy, and I am happy to say that while he still has a couple little "ticks" he is doing much better now. I appreciate you showing how this is a real mental illness, and discouraging people from joking about it self righteously.
cothn (1 год назад)
I was actually diagnosed around a year ago. And i can say a lot of the things I did i thought were normal.Brushing my teeth, patterns, cracks, gener, words, hoarding. I am clinically diagnosed but mine isnt extremely severe. but I also have extreme anxiety and depression. And im on multiple meds. It helps but everything is still very much there.
KM683250 (1 год назад)
Can you make a video about the difference between obsessive compulsive disorder and obsessive compulsive personality disorder?
Eric Eldridge (1 год назад)
Honestly everyone says they're OCD these days but they don’t understand it enough... copy this if you are a little OCD.
Finance Junkie (1 год назад)
Excellent clarification. Thanks so much for covering this topic.
MicManGuy (1 год назад)
>Saves file to protect progress< *_>IMMEDIATELY SAVES A FEW MORE TIMES TO MAKE SURE<_*
Nate Brown (1 год назад)
When Brit starts the video talking fast you know it’s going to get Dense. 🧐 Still, she is always my favourite host here, to me this IS her Channel & Hank is just a substitute brought in to give her some rest. 😝
Jason Erdmann (1 год назад)
Why wouldn’t you compare OCD to OCPD? It seems an obvious comparison as you explained how “I’m OCD about my books being in order,” isn’t actually OCD.
Michael Skinner (1 год назад)
I guess this is simliar to Howie Mandel. I think it is important for people who Don't have OCD to be patient and empathetic with people who do. I've known a few women like this, and in hindsight, I wonder how things would have ended up with just a little understanding and patience. I wonder how many others are like this🤔
Molly Cinnamon Strudel (1 год назад)
I've had teachers who have called themselves a "little OCD." It makes me wonder how they got their jobs in the first place. Then when I would tell them they're wrong, they would tell me I'm wrong. I'm thinking, "since when were you diagnosed with the disorder?"
The kinz tube Sister (1 год назад)
Ok this might be confusing at first but can you do a video on how children that suck there fingers\thumbs longer have less chance of getting sick? Idk if this is a thing but I am 11 and still suck my fingers and hardly ever get sick, even if I just touched something that was passed around a room
Mali Redford (1 год назад)
Is there anyone else with OCD who performs rituals to try and make good things happen, as well as prevent bad things from happening? This is what has made it difficult for me to motivate myself to seek treatment for my OCD; because of the comfort that comes with half-believing that my ritual behaviour can somehow produce good outcomes in my life.
Gabriel Martins (1 год назад)
I'm a chef. I'm allowed to be obsessed with cleaningness.
Bob Smith (1 год назад)
I'd like to see a video on Tourette's Syndrome. (I have been diagnosed with it since A VERY early age) it's often misrepresented as well
Justen Lewis (1 год назад)
& Billy Bob goes from being a "really" clean guy. To just another "Crazy" with an outlet on his head. But, who am I to judge?
rohit judo (1 год назад)
My takeaway from this video : Cats are evil
albert jochems (1 год назад)
I would love it if you would make like this but about autism :D

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