In this section, we all will talk about how to make your obsessive compulsive disorder treatment successful. Before we start on this topic, I wanted to say I always loved reading books on self-improvement. I love that section in Barnes & Noble bookstore as much as I love the section on alternative medicine. It is always filled with new titles. When I go to browse all new titles, I can spend my entire day in the bookstore. It never gets to be boring.
It always amazes me how fast I can get benefits from reading some informational book. Often, it took the writer many years to acquire knowledge, which was used eventually in putting the book together. Yet, it can take you days to acquire the same knowledge just by reading the book. Unfortunately, the above statement is not true in all instances. There are quite a few of those books I consider to be lousy.
Please open several self-improvement books and flip through some pages. When you are done reading, you might realize one thing about all those books. The authors make us believe a total and complete transformation is possible immediately.
When we talk about the subject of transformation, many books on fitness come to mind. How many of us believed initially that by performing several different exercises in different sequences could dramatically change our bodies? How many of us actually changed our bodies? By reading certain books, we have gotten inspired and motivated enough to start making changes in our bodies. Later, many of us found out that doing several exercises in a specific sequence does not change many things. At least, not immediately.
My main point is I had never seen even one person who was able to change himself completely and totally overnight. In fact, our common sense tells us things only get worse with time.
If you are fat now, the chances are you will be fatter in a few weeks or months.
If you have some negative personality trait, the chances are it will get even worse with time.
If you have some compulsive behavior or obsessive thoughts, the chances are they will increase in their intensity and their occurrences in the future.
This is not thinking pessimistically. It is thinking realistically. We always enter any treatment with expectation everything will change overnight. Often, this expectation leads to more pain and disappointment.
As I already stated previously, you cannot change yourself completely overnight. However, you can and should make small changes in your behavior. For instance, you might embark on a new homeopathic treatment for OCD, which my program discusses in detail. It would be a small step indeed. However, it will be a small step you will take in the right direction.
After making one small change in your behavior, you should continue making small changes consistently. For instance, you might decide it is time to supplement your homeopathic treatment with flower essences and energy medicine techniques, which I discuss in Natural Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder program.
Those small changes ultimately lead to your total and complete transformation. When I say “transformation,” I do not mean only your disorder. I mean you, your personality and your life will change as well.
Yes, it is possible to transform and to mold you into a new person. It is possible to change yourself. It is possible to eliminate obsessive-compulsive disorder! However, these changes do not occur overnight. The total and complete transformation can eventually take place only through small steps that are taken consistently. It is not achieved through reading some self-improvement book on a shelf at your local bookstore and applying some useless technique. If this would have been the case, any book reader would have been successful at dealing with this condition. Our common sense should tell us that things simply do not work that way.
As soon as you understand this truth, you can make any obsessive-compulsive disorder treatment successful.
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