other words for obsessive
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This brings us to a form of insanity which the obsessive may well bear in mind, namely, that known as manic-depressive.
There is an urgent and obsessive need to maintain control, never to be "out of control."
Retrospective worry can be absolutely eliminated from the most obsessive mind by the practice of the veteran's philosophy.
Throughout his literary activity it has an obsessive hold on his mind.
The most common of these obsessive acts is washing with water (washing obsession).
In fact, a remembered dream is as important as an obsessive idea and has the same meaning.
It did not wear away, as he had supposed it would, but was becoming an obsessive factor in his thoughts.
Henceforth she was full of sorrow, moody, tormented her husband with this obsessive idea, and renounced all joy and happiness.
It is a relentless pursuit, an obsessive hunt, a ruthless and unscrupulous chase.
There is a great deal of difference between the interest shown by normal people and the obsessive interest of scientists.