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OCD 30 Day Challenges

In episode 31 of The OCD Stories podcast I talk about 30 day challenges. The reason for this is because these short challenges have added so much to my life over the last 12 years, whether that was giving up something that was holding me back or learning something new that would bring value and meaning to my life.

In this episode I outlay the 30 day challenge framework which you can use to help in your OCD recovery or to add to the quality of your life. I hope this framework helps you implement positive change in your life.


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This podcast is sponsored by nOCD. Download the app for free and they will donate $0.50 to an OCD charity on your behalf: http://m.treatmyocd.com/ocdstories

Show notes:

Announcing the first sponsor – nOCD (1:20)

Why do the challenge (3:00)

What is the 30 day challenge and my story (3:40)

What do you think you could take a 30 day break from, or what do you want to learn for 30 days (7:30)

Challenge tips (8:00)

Tailoring the challenge to your OCD recovery (12:00)

Resources:

This podcast is sponsored by nOCD. Download the app for free and they will donate $0.50 to an OCD charity on your behalf: https://e2pt.app.link/ocd-stories

An OCD beating challenge I wrote on my personal website: stuartralph.com

Challenge yourself, I dare you: A better you in 30 days by me (Amazon.co.uk/Amazon.com)

Sponsors:

This podcast is sponsored by nOCD. Download the app for free and they will donate $0.50 to an OCD charity on your behalf: http://m.treatmyocd.com/ocdstories

To your success,

Stuart and The OCD Stories team

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