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#167- Religious Scrupulosity Treatment Triggers Self Harm Thoughts. Help!

For today’s episode, I offer some guidance to a listener who is struggling with their treatment for their Religious Scrupulosity (Religious OCD). They find that whenever they try to do treatment they notice an uptick in self-harm related thoughts, which has been a deterrent to trying to do treatment in…

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#163- Potential Radiation Exposure And Dealing With The Fallout

Today’s question comes from a listener who’s afraid that they’ve been exposed to radioactive material at some point and struggles to deal with the anxiety that he might develop cancer or otherwise harm his family. This is a struggle for a lot of people who are concerned with environmental contaminants…

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#159- Yes Or No To Start Dating With SO-OCD, And To Give Money Or To Hoard Money?

Two questions from two different listeners. One, should they start dating knowing they have SO-OCD, or should they hold off until they sort it all out? Question two, OCD has them in a bind to give money to charity to save people, or to hoard money to save her own…

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What If Love Isn’t A Choice, Partners Who Don’t Understand OCD, and Convincing Compulsions

On this week’s episode, I answer three questions! The first is from someone who’s partner says that love isn’t a choice, and that their partner with ROCD should leave unless they have constant strong feelings. Next, I answer a listener’s questions about breaking up a relationship because of the guilt…

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Everyone could use more information. OCD and anxiety can be confusing, to say the least. Finding good information is like finding a needle in a haystack. However, the FearCast Podcast provides useful tools and information about OCD and anxiety treatment. Additionally, I try to answer as many questions about anxiety…

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Above all, the FearCast Podcast wants to connect you to the best possible treatment resources for you and your recovery journey. What I love about being a therapist is seeing lives transform! When you fully engage in treatment and say “no” to hamster-wheel rumination and emotionally set limitations, you also…

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