Do we have any scientific evidence that OCD is not fake? What other disorders have obsessions?

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I learned that, by definition, is a disorder: MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1. MedlinePlus has to be abnormal 2. It has to be a misfit in clinically MedlinePlus 3. Must be chronic MedlinePlus MedlinePlus This sounds kind of arbitrary to me, and instead of "disorders" are labels that are only useful if we know of successful interventions. Am I correct? Do we have any evidence that there is actually something called OCD, rather than a hypothetical construct that is useful? How to recognize the symptoms can not be another disease, rather than something called OCD? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I wonder why some people accuse me of having OCD. In the books of diagnosis, says OCD must be intrusive or unwanted thoughts / behaviors and the patient has to realize that it is wrong. If I do it because stimulation, rather than anxiety, how is that OCD? I note that the people, and they still insist that I have OCD. They say forget the definition of book and get an idea of ​​mine, that makes no sense, because their OCD accusations sound more "original". Galileo said that the earth revolves around the sun, and found that in a "book" by Copernicus, not the truth is more important than a book or not? If OCD is a disease itself is not verifiable, then it really is psychology? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus An example of where I come from, Einstein and Newton obsessed with science. I'm often the same way. When I was a child, I would focus on one area of ​​science for about four to eight months, and had little interest in anything else, and would not talk about anything else. Moreover, the vocabulary used in normal conversation was often the same from the area of ​​science that happened to be interested at the time. Now that I'm in my twenties, I am very good at hiding and can make the sound of my vocabulary and language normal people. However, I still dive into what interests me, often for months, and it shows through occasionally. I often hear the same songs over and over again, since "mental stimulation". Often, I'm driving to the same place again and again for mental stimulation, no anxiety (and people accuse me of TOC). I do not understand how that is OCD? I do not feel like there's something wrong with my intelligence, because I took an "official" IQ test before and scored 131. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I was not as social as a child well, basically my parents said they did not start talking until he was four. They took me to a doctor and the doctor said there was nothing wrong with me, cognitive or hearing, and that seemed to have the desire to speak. People say I'm a loner. Now I'm in my twenties and I've never been in one at a time. The people insist that I do not want to socialize, while from my point of view I do not know how to socialize and feel people intentionally not allow me to socialize with them (although they will strongly disagree if they learn that from me). Can not you understand? In recent years I've done actually pretty good people skills to regulate surface in structured situations, but beyond that I'm really lacking in social skills / relating to others (perhaps this is part of the reason why people do not 'believe me when I say that I try to socialize but it does not work, no matter how hard I try). As you can imagine, some of these people say I have OCD about myself having ordinary social skills, and I must say that only socialize instead of being extremely analytical about it. I do not understand how this is OCD? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus It seems that some people want to accuse everyone who disagrees with OCD to have for the sake of it? What do others think? Not that I think I have a disorder, but what are other disorders that may seem obsessive compulsive?
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