The title of the book I have chosen is Devil in Details: Scenes From an Obsessive Girlhood. From the title, you can easily tell or guess what the book may be about. Jennifer Traig suffered from scrupulosity, a form of obsessive compulsive disorder, from the age of seven to seventeen. Scrupulosity is to have constant thoughts and doubts, to question almost everything. Throughout the book, Traig tells her readers about her life with this disorder. There are numerous scenes from her childhood or teenage years explaining everything she felt and what she did, without even knowing she had the disorder. Every detail mattered and if it was not right, then it would surely bother her. Not only would she pay attention to every little detail, but she also questioned if it was good or bad. For example, she would question if climbing the stairs, reading magazines, or even going to the bathroom were bad things to do as a person, as if one were committing a sin. The simplest activities were thought as bad and were tended to be avoided from her just so she can be safe and not feel guilty. The book's title definitely relates to the book's content because half of Traig's life, was spent looking for the devil or bad in every detail there was for every activity, food, or drink, therefore being titled "Devil in Details". Not only are we given her point of view or thoughts for the simple everyday tasks or things we consume, but we are also shown numerous scenes from her past as a child or teenager, who went through all of this with the tendency to constantly question and doubt everything due to her disorder.