Talk:Obsessive–compulsive disorder

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I took out the part about trying to ignore it, or that ignoring it might be easy. It's over-simplifying to say "ignore it," and depending how a person ignores it, it might not get better. For example, accepting the thought is probably more helpful than repressing it, but both are forms of ignoring. I put in the part about accepting, because it's suggesting habituation, which is a kind of treatment. I'm not a psychiatrist, though, so I don't want to over-step my bounds, and if anyone thinks there's something wrong with this, they can take out the part about accepting. However, I think I wrote it in a manner that should be okay -- with advice to see a psychiatrist.24.64.223.203 08:08, 25 November 2005 (UTC)

Would it be appropriate to start a new section talking about a few people who have OCD? Obviously, it would have to be limited to people who have publicly talked about it, and everything would be sourced. Kansan (talk) 01:58, 8 March 2010 (UTC)

THE ARTICLE WAS SHORT.GOOD! HOWEVER WONDERING IF OCD ALSO COVERS OTHER COMPULSIVE MENTAL ILLNESS[change source]

The artilcle I,think could be enlarged >too short! Does OCD also cover people who Gamble compulsively etc?Thanks! Eddson storms (talk) 04:52, 20 December 2016 (UTC)