OBSESSION By Subine Lee
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a disease that makes a person obsessed with something. Among the more recognized examples of this symptom are mysophobia (cleaning obsession), symmetry and ordering obsession, and checking obsession. Obsession (OCD) affects 1.0% of the United States population; 2.2 million adults have an obsession, and 25% of cases happened to age 14.
This photo essay shows you what kind of obsessions exist and how the symptom would seem to the sufferer.