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Jonny Say – OCD, Mindfulness and Compassion

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In episode 158 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed Jonny Say. Jonny is a mindfulness teacher and has been practicing mindfulness and meditation for over 17 years. He is currently training as a psychotherapist. Jonny also has lived experience with OCD.

In this episode I chat with Jonny about his OCD story, lifestyle changes, committing to ERP, the positive psychology principle savouring, being mindful with uncomfortable thoughts and feelings, mindfulness ideas and mindful nature walks. Hope it helps. 

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Find out more about Jonny:

Jonny’s website: TheMindfulnessCircle.com

Instagram: @MindulnessCircle

Acceptance spectrum: http://themindfulnesscircle.com/blog/acceptance-spectrum/

Gratitude Walk: http://themindfulnesscircle.com/blog/take-walk-grateful-side-gratitude-walk/

TLC: http://themindfulnesscircle.com/blog/getting-five-day-tlc/T

Resources:

Rob Willson

Paul Gilbert

Kristen Neff

David Veale

Mark Freeman

Fred Penzel – the article Jonny mentioned on the podcast “Both ends against the middle”

Jon Hershfield and his book “The mindfulness workbook for OCD” and article “How to respond to unwanted thoughts”

Jon Kabat Zinn

Jon Hershfield and Shala Nicely

The OCD Stories book >>

To your success,
Stuart

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2 Comments

  • Reply Sharon Gunning January 28, 2019 at 7:44 pm

    Hi Stuart,
    Just wanted to thank you and the guests you have on for your hard work. I have literally just found out about this website, having recently been diagnosed with ocd myself (after 38 years plus of living with it) and, along with my recently-begun cbt /erp therapy, the ocd stories website is really helping me to feel less alone, more supported and to understand what ocd actually is and how to get better.
    So, thanks very, very much.
    Cheers,
    Sharon.

    • Stuart Ralph
      Reply Stuart Ralph February 7, 2019 at 10:16 pm

      Thanks Sharon this makes me very happy.

      All the best in your recovery!

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