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Haley431
19d ago

What are your guys favorite ocd books?

kasibul
19d ago
Sally M. Winston: “overcoming unwanted intrusive thoughts” was a game changer for me
norayusuf
19d ago
i liked “brain lock: free yourself from obsessive-compulsive behavior” by jeffery m schwartz. it basically guides you through self cognitive behavioral therapy for ocd, and also includes success stories from people who have overcome their ocd through this method. kinda gives you hope lol
jessiemc
19d ago
everyday mindfulness for ocd. it saved my life back in 2017
norayusuf
19d ago
is it by jon hershfield and shala nicely?
jessiemc
18d ago
@norayusuf Yeah that's right 😀
jessiemc
18d ago
@norayusuf it really saved me back then, cz i was feeling like my life ended there... all because of one single thought that comes, stays and spreads like a virus
norayusuf
18d ago
@jessiemc i got the book after reading your comment:) i could really use some life saving right now lol
jessiemc
18d ago
@norayusuf OMG im so happy to hear that!!
jessiemc
18d ago
@jessiemc You'll love it. light and humorous 💕😊💭
norayusuf
18d ago
@jessiemc thank you!! i’m excited to get into it :)
Anonymous
19d ago
I like youtube lives for nocd and the podcast ocd stories
Anonymous
19d ago
The blue book overcoming unwanted intrusive thoughts is too long and detailed for someone new to ocd to understand
Evelena
19d ago
Obsessed by Allison Britz (it’s a memoir/biography), and Talking Back to OCD (this is an actual work book to help with ERP)
Ninarap
18d ago
Sounds interesting and helpful.
jessiemc
18d ago
Is Fred in the refrigerator? by Shala Nicely
jessiemc
18d ago
The self-compassion workbook for ocd by kimberley quinlan
jessiemc
18d ago
The mindfulness workbook for ocd by jon hershfield and tom corboy
jessiemc
18d ago
freedom from obsessive compulsive disorder by jonathan grayson
Animaniash
17d ago
Waiting for Fitz is really good so far! I only got partially through it but it's so good!