Art inspired by OCD (Obsessive-compulsive disorder)

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“You may not be able to read a doctor’s handwriting and prescription, but you’ll notice his bills are neatly typewritten.”    ~ Earl Wilson

There is a satisfaction seeing things perfectly organized in a symmetrical pattern.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder characterized by uncontrollable, unwanted thoughts and repetitive, ritualized behaviors you feel compelled to perform. People with OCD care “Constantly arranging things in a certain way” and “Over concern with keeping objects (clothing, groceries, tools) in perfect order or arranged exactly”

Here are some pictures that can help a person with OCD get complete satisfaction in a purely visual sense.

8 Track Tapes

8 Track Tapes

 

All American Food

all-american-food

 

Army Ambulances

army-ambulances

 

Deconstructed Bicycle

bicycle

 

A Candy Store

candy-store

 

Decorating Supplies

decorating-supplies

 

Energy Drinks

energy-drinks

 

Fresh Colorful Berries

fresh-berries

 

Guns in a Conference Room

guns-in-a-conference-room

 

Herbs and Spices

herbs-and-spices

 

Home Library

home-library

 

Monks Praying

monks-praying

 

Musical Instrument Store

musical-instrument-store

 

Nintendo Game Collection

nintendo-game-collection

 

Pasta

pasta

 

Seashells

seashells

 

Spoons

spoons

 

Sewing Thread

Sewing Thread

 

Banana Balloons

banana balloons

 

Plastic Bottles

plastic bottles

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