OCD Is A Baby
I often think of OCD being a spoiled child. It's relentless; it doesn't seem to want to give up. I want to teach you some tricks to get your OCD to calm down and be less intrusive. It's a simple concept but tough to implement time after time.
👉How your OCD is a winey baby
👉Why OCD is relentless
👉How “No Thanks” can be effective.
👉The power of using ‘maybe, maybe not” with your OCD.
👉How to teach your OCD that you’re not giving in.
👉How to take power away from your OCD.
👉Respond to your OCD the same way.
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.⠀
OCD is a spoiled child
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Nathan Peterson specializes in working with OCD and Anxiety related disorders and has done so for the past 7+ years.