Harm OCD: Tips & Resources to Help Move You Past Intrusive Thought OCD
Debra Kissen, Ph.D, M.H.S.A
Ashley Kendall, Ph.D
Michelle Lozano, AMFT
Reading About Harm OCD Makes Me Anxious
If you are finding that reading this eBook is anxiety provoking then congratulate yourself for taking one step closer to freeing yourself of harm OCD. The very act of intentionally bringing on and tolerating feelings of anxiety will be the secret sauce that helps you leave harm OCD in the dust, as you proceed forward with your life. We will get to this concept a good deal more as we move forward in this workbook but for now know that it is not at all unusual to feel an increase in anxiety as one begins the work of facing Harm OCD head on.
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