OCD & Anxiety Treatment – Giving Power to Intrusive Thoughts- Pure O OCD treatment

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When going through OCD & Anxiety Treatment it is so important to understand how we misinterpret intrusive thoughts and paradoxically give them power over our lives. Interfering thoughts can make us feel like we need to fix them or get rid of them. However, when we do this we inadvertently validate them as a real problem, which paradoxically causes our brain to keep producing them.

Understanding that intrusive thoughts can be just thoughts, and changing how we respond to them is key to success, will dramatically alter our relationship with them. This will lead to a dramatic improvement in our recovery. Click here to instantly access the workshop: p

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