OHow to Overcome OCD: What Many People Get Wrong

Often in my practice people asked, “Natasha, when will the OCD thoughts and feelings go away?” I would tell them they are asking the wrong question. What they should be asking is, “When will I be able to handle the discomfort these thoughts and feelings cause?” Because that is really what we are doing in OCD treatment. We cannot control our thoughts or feelings, but we can control the level of power and discomfort they bring.

In this week’s Youtube video, I talk to kids and teens about how to overcome OCD, just maybe not in the way they were thinking.

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