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I love my therapist. She is so awesome. I keep getting recommendations from her of things that I should learn a little more about. Please share and post anything that has been helpful to you in understanding OCD or related issues.

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Carol Dweck and the fixed mindset versus the growth mindset:

There is plenty more out there on the topic, including the book that she wrote.


The OCD Stories podcast. I would especially check out these podcasts that Stu recommends:

Any with Dr Steven Phillipson - theocdstories.com/podcast/d...

Dr Reid Wilson - theocdstories.com/podcast/d...

Dr Jon Grayson - theocdstories.com/podcast/d...

Dr Jon Abramowitz - theocdstories.com/podcast/d...

Kim Quinlan - theocdstories.com/podcast/k...

Ethan Smith - theocdstories.com/podcast/e...

The episodes with people that have dealt with OCD can be particularly inspiring as well.


Tips to succeed in treatment:



Hi Selesnya - I will check all of these out when I have a little more time. Thank you so much for sharing these.


Freedom From Obsessive Compulsive Disorder by Jonathan Grayson is a great workbook as well as Getting Over OCD by Jonathan Abramowitz. Also Chrissie Hodges on YouTube is a great peer support specialist who has OCD and is very relatable -- full of tips/info. πŸ™‚


Thanks for starting this thread I think its a great idea for myself and others to find helpful OCD knowledge!


This is great thanks for this guys. I will research them and share with my son as needed. He is doing pretty well in therapy thank God. Stay strong guys!!

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Everyday Mindfulness for OCD by Jon Hershfield


A slightly different focus, but this helps set the stage for why you want to examine what your values are and focus on them as a means to living well instead of being distracted by the pull of OCD and immediate concerns:

I think that this goes well with The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety:





Great idea! It's more uplifting to look for positive ideas for function. Thank-you.


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