The Woman Who Thought too Much: A Memoir

The Woman Who Thought too Much: A Memoir
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For readers in 1 year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion and Bad Blood by Lorna Sage, a memory extremely honest and surprisingly witty literary life of a woman who suffers from OCD Joanne Limburg is a woman who believes that the points she does not believe and do issues she did not want to do. As a little child, she chewed her hair all day and lie awake at night wondering if the sky was a ceiling, a couple of years later, when she should have accomplished their homework, she walked into her room, agonizing about the injustice of life as a woman, and short legs. When she became an adult, had obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors come to dominate his life. She knew something was wrong with her, but it would take numerous years to recognize what it was something. This dissertation follows the quest to realize his Limburg OCD and manage their symptoms with the reader on a journey via the consultation rooms, libraries The Woman Who Thought too Considerably: A Memoir

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