What is the best way to overcome some or all obsessive compulsive behaviors?
Last Updated: 01/16/2018 at 2:35pm
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Every time you get a thought that triggers you to behave certain way, challenge that thought and replace it with a more helpful thought. Reward yourself and the shift your focus on some other activity.
Becoming awhere of habits and practicing new things that's don't take up so much energy might be helpful 😊
It’s normal, on occasion, to go back and double-check that the iron is unplugged or your car is lock
There is no one answer fits all. Everyone is different. You have to find what works for you. It could be through coping skills, meds, professional counselor or therapist or a combination. Good Luck!
Find out where the obsessive compulsive behavior came from. There is always a root cause to it and deal with that root cause to heal the disorder.
some ways to overcome some or all obsessive compulsive behaviors is to focus more and take action and reccognize that you are having these behaviors. Reaching out for help is a good way to get feedback on the condition.
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