Maybe you are the type of person who must have everything neatly placed, and if misplaced at all you throw a tantrum.
In analytic therapy, obsessive-compulsive neurosis is regarded as the second type of transference neurosis.
In hysterics, the ego forms an alliance with the analyst to battle the neurosis.
Compulsions are defined as repetitive, purposeful, and intentional behaviors that are performed in response to an obsession or according to certain rules or in a stereotypical fashion.
(Baer 3)Obsession-compulsive disorder usually begins in late adolescence in one to two thirds of reported cases.
Or maybe you’re the type of person who has to check things twice, three times or more.
Perhaps you’re the type of person who has to do everything twice, or by a fixed number.(Reed 38) For example, if someone puts a document on your desk then this person just moved an item from your possession, in turn when you arrive, you have to remove the item and put anything that was interfered with back to a precise order.Sigmund Freud was particularly fascinated in the obsessive-compulsive disorder.The problem is associated with significant life changes.Obsessive-compulsive disorder results from biological and psychological influences.Securing locks, alarm clocks, gas jets, and looking under the bed are some of the checking rituals OCD patients have.If the obsessive-compulsive person qualms and ponders when the ritual is not performed systematically.(Rachman 14)Some obsessional people often feel a compulsive need to arrange things in their environment.To the observer, compulsive arranging seems identical with the activities of normal, neat-minded people.This disorder affects males and females quite differently.People with OCD tend to have a high celibacy rate, particularly males.