A particular disorder which is believed by many to be a member of the OC family, has been receiving a lot of media attention lately. This disorder is known as Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), also called by some Dysmorphophobia, a term originated in the last century by Morselli. We call it BDD when an individual appears to be strongly obsessed with what they believe to be a defect in their appearance. They tend to believe that some part or area of their body is misshapen, asymmetrical, wrongly sized, or ugly. Typical BDD complaints can include preoccupations with the face (such as scars, spots, veins, discoloration, acne, or the shape or size of the nose, lips, mouth, eyes, etc.), the hair (fears of receding hairlines), or the size and shape of any other body part (such as the hips, abdomen, buttocks, legs, hands, etc.). In some cases more than one body part may be involved, or. the preoccupation can shift from one part to another over time.