In this episode, I discuss the concept of viewing oneself as a work in progress rather than a project to complete.
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In this episode of our Weekly FAQs - I am going to answer the question How do I get rid of sexual intrusive thoughts?
In this new episode, I am going to continue our discussion on resistance. As I pointed out in the first part of this series, resistance is the biggest hurdle in your recovery. So in this episode, I want to dive a little deeper and explain why resisting intrusive thoughts paradoxically creates more intrusive thoughts. I am also going to discuss why the very first thing you need to address with...
Colton joined the Taking Back Control (TBC) program back in 2022 and he felt compelled to share his story, focusing on his journey to recovery from his struggles with OCD and anxiety. Listen to his story as he shares his path to finding hope and purpose and discovering the Triple-A response that helped him take back control of his life.
In this week's episode of the OCD & Anxiety FAQ series, I'll be addressing the question, "What do these intrusive thoughts mean?". I hope you find it enlightening.
In this episode, I am going to discuss how resistance holds us back, and why it is so important not to resist where you are on your journey. In fact, I am also going to discuss why it is your resistance to your experience that is keeping you stuck, not the experience itself.
Having intrusive thoughts can be really difficult, especially when you're struggling with OCD. In this OCD FAQ episode, I answer one of the most common questions- How do I stop Intrusive Thoughts?
In this new series, I am going to talk about Fear and how it is one of the greatest opponents we will all face in our lifetime. What you do with fear will determine or at least radically impact your life course and trajectory. So in this episode, I want to discuss some practical thoughts on fear.
This week we are going to discuss an important question: 'Why should I stop my compulsions?' Compulsions, or repetitive behaviors, are a common symptom of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). People with OCD may feel the need to perform certain rituals or behaviors for fear of dire consequences.
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