Thursday, November 26, 2015

Here's the summary of Why so many celebs claim to have OCD and what each celebs possessed (photos)

How the condition of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a status symbol
Obsessive compulsive disorder - or OCD - appears to be the trendiest affliction you can claim to have.
The psychological condition can be devastating, causing unpleasant, anxiety-inducing thoughts as well as repetitive behaviours and obsessive habits, such as repeatedly washing your hands or checking that doors and windows are locked.
Celebrities, of course, are not immune to mental health problems and some genuinely suffer from the disorder - but many others admit to 'self-diagnosing' and speak of this distressing affliction so flippantly that it sounds as if they're simply talking about the latest fad diet.
. Here FEMAIL examines some of stars who say that they suffer from it - and while you will sympathise with some, you won't with others
Julianne Moore says that she used to have to walk at a certain pace so she'd be certain to hit every green lightGreat British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood came clean last month that he sometimes washes his Aston Martin every couple of hours.
 For A-list actress Cameron, there was once no other way of leaving a room.
The 43-year-old says she had such an obsessive fear of germs that she couldn't touch doorknobs for fear of catching something, so had to resort to this somewhat unusual way of opening a door.
Oscar-winner Charlize has said: 'I actually have a serious problem -obsessive compulsive disorder. I don't do counting or anything like that. I'm good with chaos, I just don't like it when chaos is hidden'
She also claimed to have cleaned the door handles in her Los Angeles home so often that their original paint had faded, and washed her hands 'many times' each day.

The star of Absolutely Fabulous and Little Voice used to spend hours consciously swallowing and counting how many times she blinked. But she has said that motherhood banished the symptoms.
Oscar-winner Charlize has said: 'I actually have a serious problem - obsessive compulsive disorder. I don't do counting or anything like that. I'm good with chaos, I just don't like it when chaos is hidden.
'So I have a problem with cabinets being messy and people just shoving things in cabinets and closing the door. I will lie in bed and not be able to sleep because I'll be worrying: 'I think I saw something in that cabinet that just shouldn't be there.' '
Bra tycoon Baroness Mone controversially claimed in a TV interview last month that OCD 'helped her get ahead'.
She said: 'It can prove really useful in business because it makes you really organised.
'I've always said that if your drawers are organised, then your life will be, too. So I love having OCD.
'If you go into my wardrobe, all my white shirts are together, the black shirts are together. And all the shoes are co-ordinating.' hmmmm...well said right?
David Beckham claims that all the Pepsi cans in his fridge must always be in a straight line before he can relax
and for David Beckham,its something else;Becks claimed in a TV interview to be a sufferer.
'I've got this obsessive compulsive disorder where I need to have everything in a straight line or everything has to be in pairs,' he said.
'I'll put my Pepsi cans in the fridge and if there's one too many then I'll put it in another cupboard somewhere. I'll go into a hotel room and before I can relax, I have to move all the leaflets and all the books and put them in a drawer. Everything has to be perfect.'
His wife Victoria added: 'He's got that obsessive compulsive thing where everything has to match. If you open our fridge, it's all co-ordinated down either side. We've got three fridges - food in one, salad in another and drinks in the third.
'In the drinks one, everything is symmetrical. If there's three cans, he'll throw one away because it has to be an even number.'
'I have a slight case of OCD. It's definitely self-diagnosed. I think it's good to have it,' she said.
'I'm obsessed with my nails, too. I have to do them every day.'
Screen star Leonardo has said he remembers as a child 'stepping on cracks on the way to school and having to walk back a block and step on that same crack or that gum stain'. He added: 'Let's just say it took me a while to get to a film set, having to step on tons of things.'
Baroness Mone has claimed that OCD is useful to have as the organisation it bring helps you get ahead
....and now icon360blog would like to know what you own OCD is,all you need is grab your keyboard and type them out below cos in our eyes you're  a celeb too!

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