In this episode, I am going to discuss affirmations and how to use them effectively in your life and recovery.
In this new episode, I am going to discuss the power of changing how we view and understand anxiety. Anxiety is not good or bad, it just is. It is often our stories about anxiety that create resistance and in turn, lead us to treat anxiety as a "bad" emotion. So in this episode, I want to suggest a different way to look at anxiety.
In this episode, I am going to discuss the larger picture of mental health recovery. I am also going to discuss the importance of changing how you view yourself and why making this shift can be a huge turning point in your recovery.
In this episode, I am going to discuss rumination. Rumination is a very common compulsion and in order to recover from OCD & Anxiety it must be removed in order to effectively engage in ERP.
In this episode I am going to address the question, How long does OCD recovery take?
In this new series, I am going to discuss common OCD & Anxiety mistakes that kept me stuck. I also find that many of my clients experience similar struggles, so I wanted to create a series where I address the most common mistakes and how to overcome them. In this episode, I am going discuss the mistake of not prioritizing recovery.
This week we are going to discuss the question, Can I actually recover and get better?
In this episode, I discuss the concept of viewing oneself as a work in progress rather than a project to complete.
My new book is now available. Grab your copy today and we will give you the audiobook as a free gift. Download your copy here: https://bit.ly/fstu-book-2023
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.
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