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The Memory Hack

by Alisa Princy (2020-01-04)

Now that you have The Memory Hack Review written down some of the signs of obsessive compulsive disorder in your life, which were the things that you wish that you could change, I want you to think about how your OCD affects or could affect your family, especially if it got worse. I want you to imagine the things and the people that you stand to lose if you continue down the road that you are on. These are the things that you could lose. If this is what you want, continue doing what you are doing. However if this is not you and you want to change and you want to make the lives of the people around you more pleasant, then you need to have two things to succeed, patience and persistence. Now that you have written down the signs of obsessive compulsive disorder that you have, write down some of the things that you could do to replace these behaviors. If you touch a doorknob, maybe you can replace that action with thinking about one way that you can show that you love the people that you are about to see when you enter or exit that door. Start to think of some things you can do to make the lives of the ones you love better. Now I don't have enough room to get into the real meat and potatoes of stopping OCD for good here, but I have some more great stuff for you below, enjoy! Pure OCD is rough, but I'm sure you already knew that. No, I'm not here to tell you how many people in the world have OCD or what the statistics are. You really don't care about all that do you? No, I think what you are even here reading for is the simple fact that you want to get rid of your OCD. If I'm right, go ahead and nod your head yes. See I was where you were and I'm not going to bore you with my long story but instead I find it more helpful to you if I just tell you some of the things that I did to stop my OCD, sound fair? OK here we go. Pure OCD is a set of rituals that you do in your mind, whether you repeat numbers or count things in your head etc. What I used to do is say the phrase, "hate bad, love God." No how weird is that? I know. Here is something that I learned. I said, "forget that." I knew that in order to stop my habit of repeating this mantra, I'd have to simply stop repeating it. It was dealing with the anxiety of not repeating it that was the problem.