OCD Real Talk: The Lowest Moments of OCD Suffering

  Рет қаралды 1,645

OCD Recovery

OCD Recovery

Жыл бұрын

What were each of our lowest points in our OCD journey, what were the key lessons we learnt and how those challenges shifted our perspectives

Пікірлер: 20
@mattr2961 7 ай бұрын
Thanks guys. I had a big break thru tonight. Been getting hammered hard with different themes this whole past month as I was really leaning into the discomfort and fear. It really ramped up hard as I was starting to implement more changes and cutting compulsions. And right as I was doing one last exposure today I was just sitting with the feeling of “wow this thing just won’t let up and let me enjoy life,” but on my drive home from the exposure(which really is let’s be honest just me loving life and doing what I would want to be doing) I had this moment of seeing past the fear so vividly. I could see that everything the fear wants me to do is a further way to destroy my life and cage me. We just need to get into deep in our hearts that leaning into discomfort=growth. If you are uncomfortable, good keep going. On the other side of fear is life. We just forget that there is indeed life to be lived and it’s NOT in the past before this but truly just around the freaking corner if we just keep going!!! Let’s go boys and girls!!
@gemmabonney6603 Жыл бұрын
Best hair flip award goes to Momin! 🥇
@OCDRecovery Жыл бұрын
@aguywhohikes1271 Жыл бұрын
@1957dman Жыл бұрын
Hi guys i would like you to talk about length of everybody’s recovery, and also guilt I would like yous to talk about guilt because that’s some of what i feel
@OCDRecovery Жыл бұрын
There are quite a few videos on this channel in chronic guilt + we have a webinar today 8:30pm Uk On chronic guilt. 📧 phil@ocdrecovery.com to book
@aguywhohikes1271 Жыл бұрын
Hey Donal! We can def do that too!
@Mylo.C Жыл бұрын
Hey guys, great video as always. Could you please do a demonstration on how to properly dispute on paper. One on sensorimotor would be awesome 😁
@aguywhohikes1271 Жыл бұрын
Absolutely! I can do that for sure.
@Kosmopol1t Жыл бұрын
Hello!) If you want to start disputing work now, you can check other videos on this chanel about disputing, I think they are very helpful and informative, and also this process is described in details in the first book from reading list "How to stubbornly refuse..."
@ariannesmakman5639 Жыл бұрын
Thanks so much i really learn from your video's! I have a question. I am recovering from PPPD. Its persistent dizziness kind of symptoms that are always there. When i started having this i was so scared for my future and nobody really could tell me why i sufferd from this and what is was. So, now, 1 year later, 1 week ago, i finally find out. And, now i am SURE it can heal, now i finally am more relaxed and symptoms are already less! BUT...trough all the flight moments i still have and had, my breath everytime goes tight. My throat and diaphgram also. Every time i feel dizzy or something like that, my mind startles and my breath goes with it. I understand this process.... BUT...now, also when i am not dizzy, a lot of times of the day, i suddenly feel my breath. I just feel it going... not to fast but just where it goes. High or low, i dont mind... but its just that when i keep feeling it, it feels really UNcomfortable 🙈.. than my focus is on it and ofcourse i want it to go away. I listened some video's of yours. And understand a lot... BUT i am so wondering, most of the times, my tight breath comes as a reaction of a startlet mind (when feeling dizzy of out of balance suddenly). THAT i can not help, its a natural reaction. But now i am wondering, is it ME who keeps this tight breath going on (like ocd) or should i think its normal to have a focus on it when its there everything time... So, now i am.wondering, i really WANT to wear it like an UNcomfortable coat..but i keep on wondering, is it ocd that i cant keep my mind of of it when i feel it? Or is it just a consequence of the pppd sensations and it it not because of ocd😅hope i am clear with my queation...greets from Holland
@aguywhohikes1271 Жыл бұрын
Hey Arianne. I think a good place to start is with this question, What's the core fear here? I find it's easier when we put it into one or two sentences.
@mominmasood8612 Жыл бұрын
I would recommend reading Paul David's At Last a Life and watching some of Nick's videos on somatic ocd.
@ariannesmakman5639 Жыл бұрын
​@@aguywhohikes1271 🤔🤔🤔good question. The core fear is: it will never go away, because i cannot stand this UNcomfortable feeling🙈
@jaseyjase8043 Жыл бұрын
I had PPPD for over two years and got past it even after being that way for that long. Haven’t been dizzy in any circumstance for close to two years. I have other obstacles now but yes it will go away completely
@ariannesmakman5639 Жыл бұрын
@@jaseyjase8043 Thanks you so.much!!!!
@user-pb6md2kp1o 3 ай бұрын
Hi I’m in Bristol , Ben can u tell me where u got treatment please as I’m struggling a lot atm
@lucianaabril1799 4 ай бұрын
Hi guys. I'm a little late to the video; however, any of you have had help from medication? if it's not too much to ask. I use to watch the videos but I don't recall if you have mentioned it
@nikita2841 Жыл бұрын
@jong8876 Жыл бұрын
Can you cover earworms please
OCD Real Talk: Guilt & Shame
OCD Recovery
Рет қаралды 1 М.
КАКАЯ ХИТРАЯ КОШКА! #cat #funny #pets
Рет қаралды 10 МЛН
Brawl Stars
Рет қаралды 15 МЛН
The Past is Dead
OCD Recovery
Рет қаралды 4,3 М.
OCD Real Talk: Lowest Moments on the Journey
OCD Recovery
Рет қаралды 1,1 М.
Uncovering OCD: The Truth About Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
International OCD Foundation
Рет қаралды 314 М.
Dr. Adam Grant: How to Unlock Your Potential, Motivation & Unique Abilities
Psychopath or Sociopath | What You Need to Know
Рет қаралды 8 МЛН
Robert Greene: A Process for Finding & Achieving Your Unique Purpose
OCD Will Search Your Past
OCD Recovery
Рет қаралды 276
Quick Tip for Real Event OCD #shorts
OCD and Anxiety
Рет қаралды 41 М.