Rewind, Replay, Repeat: A Memoir of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Rewind, Replay, Repeat: A Memoir of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

by Jeff Bell
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Rewind, Replay, Repeat: A Memoir of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book Rewind, Replay, Repeat, by Jeff Bell, is about the author’s struggle to overcome Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Bell would wash his hands in scorching hot water, which is one of the most common rituals or routines that people diagnosed with OCD do. He receives treatment twice; after getting the first treatment of therapy and medications he thought the obsessions were under control, but when they came back he received more treatment. What I liked in particular about this book was how Bell wrote about his own experience dealing with OCD. In my opinion, that gives the millions of other Americans living with this disorder the courage to go out and seek help and therapy for these hidden obsessions. I didn’t really like how he basically skipped ahead to his adulthood. He described his adolescence and teen years, but it left me with questions like: Did he know anybody with it in those years, or did anybody he knew about in his family had it, but tried to keep it a secret? The biggest theme present in the overcoming challenges. It is the biggest theme because Bell has to overcome his obsessions. It is a tough struggle he faces, but he overcomes it through therapy. I believe people living with OCD, people who know someone with OCD, or just want to know more about the topic would like this book. They should read it because it shows the struggles in which people deal with and can possibly, like I said earlier, give people courage to go out and get treatment. This book should not be made into a movie though. Although it shows from a firsthand experience, I don’t think it has the excitement movie goers look for. Overall, I give Rewind, Replay, Repeat an 8 out of 10. -Joe Dell
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome memoir and perspective on OCD? Hard to put dow quick read.
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