Sneaky compulsions for OCD and Anxiety
Have you asked for reassurance from a loved one and they have no idea that they just reassured you? This is an example of a sneaky compulsion. Are you doing them?
The following topics are covered:
----What Sneaky compulsions look like.
?Example of sneaky compulsions.
?What is a compulsion?
?Why doing a compulsion is dangerous.
?Talking about your OCD story can be helpful and harmful.
?What your job is when a loved one accommodates or reassures you.
?How our brain is designed to react to anxiety.
?Comparing problem-solving and having a headache.
Remember to "Face The Unknown" ?
DISCLOSURE: Although I am a licensed therapist. This video is not intended to replace medical advice. This is for information purposes only and should not be used to replace the guidance of a local mental health professional.
Compulsions are harmful
Compulsions do not help with OCD
Nathan Peterson specializes in working with OCD and Anxiety related disorders and has done so for the past 7+ years.