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I agree that it's the best book on OCD. Certainly, it seems to be the most popular.
 

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My favorite question in the reading guide: "How would you behave and how would your life be different if you didn’t live defensively, trying to avoid these labels and negative judgments?" Related threads: https://forum.psychlinks.ca/threads/the-7-deadly-emotions-of-caregiving.28183/ https://forum.psychlinks.ca/threads/healthy-boundaries.23020/
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