OCD Is A Bully In Your Brain
OCD is a bully in your brain. It is going to spend time finding your vulnerabilities and seeing how it can attack. The intrusive thought tells you a lie that you want to quickly defend.
This give it more power. Learn how to become the boss and talk back to it in a powerful way. Learn to fight back and even drive your OCD crazy.
The follow topics are covered:
COCD - Contamination OCD
HOCD - Homosexual OCD
POCD - Pedophile OCD
Magical Thinking OCD
How To Fight the OCD Bully
How To Be The Boss Over Your OCD
What is POCD?
Pedophile OCD is not often talked about or well known. Why? Because it can cause extreme anxiety, embarrassment, shame, guilt, and fear to the individual who experiences POCD.
What is POCD?
What do obsessions look like for POCD?
What do compulsions look like for POCD?
What is the treatment for POCD?
As always, Bloopers or mess ups are at the end.
How to treat POCD
Treatments for POCD
What is ROCD?
Also known as ROCD, is a subset of OCD in which sufferers are consumed with doubts about their relationship. They question their love for their partner, their attraction to their partner, their compatibility with their partner, and their partner’s love for them. The anxiety can be so high that this is the red flag that can keep them doubting about their relationship.
What Is Relationship OCD?
Treatment for ROCD
What is Religious OCD
Scrupulosity is a subset of OCD. Many people call this religious OCD. Individuals with scrupulosity will sometimes doubt or question if they have done something against their moral, ethical, or value system. This could be as simple as taking an extra sample at the grocery store or having intrusive thoughts such as "God is not real".
What is Scrupulosity?
Why do you have Scrupulosity?
What are examples of Scrupulosity?
How to treat Scrupulosity?
Exposure and Response Prevention for Scrupulosity.
Treatment For Scrupulosity
What is Scrupulosity
How To Treat Emetophobia Using Exposure and Response Prevention
Emetophobia is a phobia that causes overwhelming, intense anxiety pertaining to vomiting. This is seen as a subset of OCD. With this intense anxiety, individuals need to know what they can do to relieve symptoms and the fear. This is what you are going to learn!
Treatment for Emetophobia
How To Treat Emetophobia
Nathan Peterson specializes in working with OCD and Anxiety related disorders and has done so for the past 7+ years.