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Do you worry over and over that you are in the "wrong" relationship? Do you panic over whether your partner is funny/smart/attractive enough? Are you anxious around your partner at random times, when all you want to do is be in love?
You aren't alone. Many people struggle with these concerns. They can come down to relationship anxiety, and can be termed in certain situations as relationship OCD.
This course is a one stop shop to starting or furthering your recovery from relationship OCD (rOCD).
You’ll learn strategies based in exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP), Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness, meditation, the tips I learned through experimentation and research, and finally I have added a Q&A section to answer your burning questions, empowering you to BEAT RELATIONSHIP OCD.
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Disclaimer: These videos are not therapy, nor are they a replacement for therapy. They are a source of inspiration, and encouragement. Please speak to a qualified therapist to treat OCD.
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|Section 1: Introduction to the course|
|Section 2: Tools|
Introduction to Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)Preview
ACT: Values and Action
Introduction to Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP)
Imaginal Exposure (ERP)
Acceptance Script (ACT)
Mindfulness for rOCD
Meditation for rOCD
Exercise and rOCD
|Section 3: Tips|
Welcome to the tips section
Babara Fredrickson's Reset Button
Learn to suffer, to suffer less
Where focus goes, energy flows
How to deal with 'not quite right' feelings
Nurture a growth mindset
Get in the FLOW
Change your distorted view of love
|Section 4: Q&A|
Questions & Answers Introduction
Why do I get hurt by everything my partner says and does?
I feel the urge to break up with my partner, why is that?
I worry the relationship won't workout, why?
How do I stop getting sucked into my emotions?
Why do I always find flaws in my partner?
I check my ex's Facebook page, is that bad?
I find someone else attractive, does that mean I don't love my partner?
I want to take a break from the relationship, should I?
Should I tell my partner I have Relationship OCD?
What if I don't love my partner?
Did I fall out of love with my partner?
I worry about the frequency my partner and I have sex
I blog on OCD and mental health issues. I am the founder of The OCD Stories, which I created to guide other OCD'ers towards recovery. The podcast has been downloaded well over 150k times, and had some of the top researchers and OCD therapists on the show. In 2014 I released my debut book 'Challenge Yourself, I Dare You'. Well I'm not creating videos and podcasts, I like to play basketball and eat olives!