Breaking Free Of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Breaking Free Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Summary

To win the fight against OCD you must punch back against the fear. Giving in to the fear only makes it stronger.

OCD is a thief that robs you of happiness. It creates obstacles making it nearly impossible for you to reach your potential. OCD is your enemy.

Treat it that way and punch back against the fear – as hard as you can.

Keep punching until you’ve beaten it, and won the freedom from fear that you’ve desired all of these years.

And don’t forget… no giving up.

Never ever give up. I know, you will have setbacks. There may be times when you feel defeated. When you momentarily back away and don’t face your fear.

That’s not the end of the world.

Pick yourself up. Dust yourself off, and charge forward another time. And as many times as it takes after that as well. Continue to do this and you will ultimately prevail.

So, what are you waiting for? You have a happier, fuller life waiting. Go get after it.

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Resources:

“This Way Up” OCD Course

https://thiswayup.org.au/how-we-can-help/courses/obsessive-compulsive-disorder/#testimonials

For Children

Up And Down The Worry Hill   Aureen Wagner, Ph.D.

What To Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck  Dawn Huebner and Bonnie Matthews

For Teens

Talking Back to OCD: The Program That Helps Kids and Teens Say “No Way” — and Parents Say “Way to Go.” John S. March (Author), Christine M. Benton  (Contributor)

For Adults

The OCD Workbook: Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Bruce M. Hyman (Author), Cherry Pedrick (Author)

Brain Lock, Twentieth Anniversary Edition: Free Yourself from Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior.  Jeffrey M. Schwartz  (Author)


Written By Forrest Talley

Originally Appeared In Forrest Talley

OCD can be a hard thing to live with, but the good news is that you can beat it. With the right guidance, you can let go of the constant anxiety, worry, and fear. Take control of your life, and live it without a sense of consternation and perpetual distress.

If you want to know more about OCD and how to deal with it, then check this video out below:

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