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Memory Hack

by gold stone (2019-05-15)

There is really nothing sexy Memory Hack about that answer I know, but that is just how it is. The history of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and the causes of it are not entirely understood. Sadly, most practitioners don't understand it enough to be of any significant help to their clients. I truly believe that this is one of those things that in order to truly be a great help, you must have had gone through it yourself. I think the best way to learn about something is to learn from the person who knows exactly what you are going through. Not to say that someone who has studied it in depth cannot help you, but rather, you may find the process easier when you work with someone who has experienced what you are going through first hand.I have worked with hundreds of people and have seen many different types of OCD and I can you that the history of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is different for everyone. From far away it appears that OCD is the same for everyone, however when you examine the individual close up, you start to see that they are truly unique. It's analogous to snowflakes in this way, where from afar they appear the same, but examined we learn that no two snowflakes are alike. I think this is a testament to the power and creativity of our God. Most people who suffer from OCD find themselves angry with God and become very bitter about life, then they become depressed. I would truly like to caution you to realize that if you focus on negative things and the things that are going wrong in your life, you will have more of the same. However if you focus on the good things that you have and thank God for those things, you will draw more good things into your life.If you change the way that you look at things, the things that you are looking at will change too. If you look at your life as crappy, that is how your experience will be. However, if you look at your life as wonderful, that is how your experience will be. So now you have a choice, no matter what the history of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder you have experienced, you can choose to be happy. You can remember that there are those who have mental illnesses that take away their ability to be aware like you and I. Don't sit around and say, "oh poor me!" No, instead think, "I am blessed that I have the ability and the strength to get through this challenge and to overcome it!" I have put together a powerful package of OCD materials below that I hope you enjoy!