In this episode, I discuss one of the recurring questions that I hear so many of my patients and followers asking. This also happens to be the one question I wish people wouldn’t ask themselves during OCD and anxiety recovery. This question tends to be a distraction, an avoidance, and a broken compass on your treatment journey.
What is normal? or, What would a normal person do?
Specifically, I cover…
- The reasons why people should AVOID asking themselves this question
- The importance of reframing your mindset and instead asking yourself, What is “good” for my personal treatment goals?
- Tips and tricks for putting this into practice
- The benefits of prioritizing your OCD and anxiety recovery, above all else
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