“Unshackle from POCD” is one of the few books available on the subject of dealing with Pedophilic themed OCD. This book provides a step-by-step process to help you understand your POCD and deal with it through the principles of ERP, mindfulness and acceptance.
What a beautiful, beautiful movie! “Good Will Hunting” is a lovely film about a brilliant but troubled young man and his therapist, who helps him confront his past and unlock his potential. The movie is a blend of humor and emotional expression. It’s a touching tale, showing how we can overcome our inner struggles with the right bent of mind and help. “Good Will Hunting” is a must-see!
“The Power of Now” explores the importance of living in the present moment and finding inner peace. It offers practical guidance on mindfulness and spirituality, helping you let go of past regrets and future anxieties, and to discover greater happiness and fulfillment in the present.
This beautiful journal is filled with carefully chosen, inspiring quotes from Eckhart Tolle’s masterpiece, The Power of Now. Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to Tolle’s work, the journal format will help you engage with Tolle’s teachings to discover or rediscover the extraordinary power of The Power of Now.
“Inside Out” is a delightful animated film from Pixar. It takes you on an emotional journey inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl named Riley, where her emotions—Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust, and Anger—guide her actions. The film is a heartwarming and insightful exploration of how our emotions shape our experiences and relationships. It’s a must-watch for all ages.
‘It Didn’t Start with You’ delves into the concept of inherited family trauma and how it affects our lives. It offers valuable insights into understanding and breaking the patterns that may have been passed down through generations, providing a path to personal healing and growth.
‘The Body Keeps the Score’ by Bessel van der Kolk explores how our bodies hold onto trauma and the impact it has on our mental and physical well-being. It provides profound insights into healing and offers valuable tools for understanding and addressing trauma.
‘The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober’ is a book that explores the benefits of living an alcohol-free life. It’s a heartfelt journey of personal growth and happiness through sobriety, offering valuable insights for anyone looking to make positive changes in their relationship with alcohol.
‘The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober Journal’ helps you explore your journey of sobriety and find happiness in an alcohol-free life. It’s like a diary that guides you to discover the positive side of sobriety, making it easier to stay on the path to a healthier, more joyful you.
‘Maybe You Should Talk to Someone’ by Lori Gottlieb, is a book that shows how talking to a therapist can help us understand ourselves better. Through stories about people and their problems, this book provides a great way to learn about life and personal growth.
“Unshackle from POCD” is a practical self-help book for you, if you are struggling with POCD. The book provides a step-by-step guide for managing and overcoming POCD. Through this book, you can identify your triggers, intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviors, and find ways to effectively cope with them.
“Overcoming Harm OCD” is the second book in the series of Overcoming OCD. This book is again a culmination of my work with clients suffering from Harm OCD. It provides an eclectic step-by-step approach using principles of exposure and response prevention (ERP), mindfulness and acceptance.
“Overcoming ROCD” is the culmination of my work with clients suffering from Relationship OCD. It provides the tools to overcome ROCD with an eclectic step-by-step approach using principles of exposure and response prevention (ERP), mindfulness and acceptance.
“Ctrl Alt Repeat” is the real story of a family’s struggle to reclaim life hacked by OCD. Written in first person narrative, this book is a slice of my life, navigating the destructive onslaught of OCD in my family.