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23rd Jan '16 9:49:59 AM nombretomado
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* The eponymous character in the StephenKing short story ''[[Literature/JustAfterSunset N.]]''.
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* The eponymous character in the StephenKing Creator/StephenKing short story ''[[Literature/JustAfterSunset N.]]''.
11th Jan '16 6:15:02 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* Chad, Dewey's classmate from the special ed class on ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' takes this trope to AxCrazy levels. [[UpToEleven With an actual ax.]]
2nd Jan '16 5:37:30 PM Vir
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* Trent from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaAction'', develops a Super OCD obsession with the number 9.
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* Trent from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaAction'', ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama Action]]'', develops a Super OCD obsession with the number 9.
27th Dec '15 1:40:16 AM Azurenna
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** Also Minccino and Cinccino.
16th Dec '15 5:01:18 AM blackkittyfreak
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is frequently misrepresented in fiction. Most people are surprised to find that rituals are not the defining trait of OCD -- in reality, it is an anxiety disorder that causes repeated, unwanted thoughts. The rituals (which may or may not have anything to do with order) are simply attempts to stop those thoughts. Fiction so exaggerates the "order" part in OCD that people are downright dumbfounded to find out that OCD/ADHD exists. Like other anxiety disorders, OCD exists on a spectrum and its presentation can vary greatly from person to person and from day to day (depending on how much stress the person is dealing with).
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is frequently misrepresented in fiction. Most people are surprised to find that rituals are not the defining trait of OCD -- in reality, it is an anxiety disorder that causes repeated, unwanted thoughts. The rituals (which may or may not have anything to do with order) are simply attempts to stop those thoughts. Fiction so exaggerates the "order" part in OCD that people are downright dumbfounded to find out that OCD/ADHD it actually exists. Like other anxiety disorders, OCD exists on a spectrum and its presentation can vary greatly from person to person and from day to day (depending on how much stress the person is dealing with).
21st Nov '15 12:25:58 PM nombretomado
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* RussianMythologyAndTales has the "leshy", a forest spirit that gets people lost and, eventually, killed. One way to hold it off is to drop something for it to count, such as pine needles or seeds.
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* RussianMythologyAndTales Myth/RussianMythologyAndTales has the "leshy", a forest spirit that gets people lost and, eventually, killed. One way to hold it off is to drop something for it to count, such as pine needles or seeds.
4th Nov '15 2:58:52 PM DrOO7
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** There's finally a HeelRealization mixed with RealityEnsues and a FreudianExcuse--when Danny goes overboard during the aforementioned Spring Cleaning, DJ drags the family into her room where they all spend several minutes complaining about him. After they leave, Danny emerges from the closet (he was installing shelf paper) and is clearly devastated at the realization of how out-of-control his behavior has gotten and that it's genuinely making everyone hate him. When he goes out for a drive to clear his head, he muses that he's always loved to clean, ever since his mother gave him cleaning supplies as a present--and instantly realizes that (a) that's probably the root of his problem and (b) that he's doing the same thing to Michelle and that one day she might drive ''her'' family crazy.
1st Nov '15 9:04:48 AM Ghostninja109
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* MonsterOfTheWeek [[SnakePeople Mediator Botis]] of ''Anime/FutureCardBuddyfight'' appears on the set of a film and rants about how everything is just slightly off. He also has a perfectly symmetrical attack, which he brags about.
15th Oct '15 7:58:26 PM TheCuza
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* In ''VideoGame/ZenoClash'', the Corwid of the Free each have their own obsession which they pursue single-mindedly. One guy's obsession is walking in a straight line, forever. [[note]]You eventually find him dead, facing a big rock that he couldn't pass without breaking his straight line[[/note]] Another's obsession is [[ImAHumanitarian killing and eating people]]. Then there's the guy who wants to be invisible, and achieves this through rather [[EyeScream unconventional methods]].
4th Oct '15 7:22:31 PM nombretomado
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* On ''Series/BeingHuman'' vampires who stop drinking blood try to develop daily patterns and routines so they can stop themselves from constantly thinking about blood and killing. Mitchell tried to build a 'normal' routine life for himself but kept failing. Hal managed to created complex daily rituals for himself and managed to suppress his vampire urges by religiously following them for over 50 years. However, this caused him to cut all contact with the outside world and when his routines are disrupted he becomes violent and unstable.
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* On ''Series/BeingHuman'' ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'' vampires who stop drinking blood try to develop daily patterns and routines so they can stop themselves from constantly thinking about blood and killing. Mitchell tried to build a 'normal' routine life for himself but kept failing. Hal managed to created complex daily rituals for himself and managed to suppress his vampire urges by religiously following them for over 50 years. However, this caused him to cut all contact with the outside world and when his routines are disrupted he becomes violent and unstable.
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