Obsessed 2 Seasons 2009

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Season 1
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9. Mandi / Mora TV-14 CC

Mandi is a costume designer for a TV series, but she doesn't have hair. Mandi began pulling her hair out when she was nine. She wears wigs, but her ability to hide her bald patches only increases her pulling episodes. Meanwhile, Mora constantly brushes and cleans her teeth.

Starring:
Craig April, John Tsilimparis
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
July 27, 2009

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Mandi / Mora

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Craig April, John Tsilimparis
Season year 2009
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Josh Bingham, Rebecca Callahan, John Foy, Rob LaPlante, David Lasman, Scott Lonker, Heather Manross, Carter T. Mays, Kristina McGann, Justin Medeiros, Derek Mihalik, Cherie Parks, Jody Paul, Adam Saltzberg, Troy Searer, Rob Sharenow, Brian Wendel, Nicole White
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Tom's Reviews on October 26, 2014
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This series provides very well researched and produced case studies of those persons afflicted with a variety of mental health issues. I purchased a number of episodes (not the entire season) and those that I have viewed were definitely worth the price of admission. In a society that is increasingly, if slowly, accepting the exploration of mental health issues, this series I think will prove one of the more beneficial additions, in so far as cable documentaries. I recommend reviewing the episodes, and choosing those issue areas you find most compelling and relevant - you will not be disapppointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By XYZ on July 24, 2014
I actually liked this series. It clearly shows various kinds of anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders and the way they are treated using cognitive-behavioral therapy. For anyone affected by anxiety in any way, it gives you hope that you can be free of it in a matter of weeks in some cases and shows clearly how it's done.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Oceanus on March 12, 2014
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I got this because I am HUGE ROSNER FAN. Unabashed, obvi.

I skipped pass the girl who rubs a toothbrush up her bunghole.

Rick spins up the stairs, that's the only reason for ordering this season.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Winter on June 5, 2014
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do not watch this unless you want to be terribly boring and depressing series and i won't watch this again
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0 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery Mingo on July 20, 2011
I've watched lots of the show "Hoarders," but this is only the 2nd time that I've seen "Obsessed." The 1st show was always in the back of my head when watching this episode. If I understand, this show usually follows two people for 12 weeks. This episode, instead, just follows one man and does so for a whole year.

Richie is an adult male who has become a hoarder since his mother's death. He laments that "she died on [his] watch." However, he never realizes that we will all die sometime. He never says he acted negligently toward her. Also, it's implied that he was her only relative anyway. He hoards so thoroughly that the hallway to her room and her room are cluttered.

Richie tells a therapist that he will throw out his mother's old pills, then he hides some of them in an old pizza box. On "Hoarders," the hoarders often have things in boxes, but Richie seems junkier than them. There seemed like no rhyme or reason to his trash. He goes to a caf'e and is insistent on taking some sugar packets to hoard. Unlike on "Hoarders," he seemed to have been working with a previous therapist before working with the one assigned by the TV program.

Throughout the show, I wondered if Richie suffered from an Electra complex. Further, the show never asks if Richie's mother was emotionally incestuous to him. The show includes Richie's ex-girlfriend Melissa. I liked how she was a wet blanket by the end. Unlike on "Hoarders," it's never implied that she would reignite their relationship if he changed his ways. But to be honest, I thought Richie was a rainbow-flag gentleman and I'm quite skeptical that he had attractions to women.

Like the man in the other "Obsessed" episode I viewed, sometimes Richie would skip appointments. I found this incredibly rude.
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