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Sean Shinnock – Hope, Vulnerability and OCD Advocacy

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In episode 165 of The OCD Stories podcast I interview Sean Shinnock. Sean is an artist, advocate, and creator of the monster initiative, with Draw your monster being a project under that umbrella. He has kindly agreed to talk with us again.

Sean Shinnock

In this episode I chat with Sean about hope, renewing hope, his advocacy, vulnerability, intimacy, The Monster Initiative, the advocacy campaign “Every crayon colours”, and so much more. Hope it helps. 

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Find out more about Sean:

Sean’s website: SShinnock.com

Instagram: @SShinnock & @DrawYourMonster

Facebook: @DrawYourMonster

Sean on the first episode of The OCD Stories

Resources:

Dr Joan Davidson

McLean OCDI

The EC Blog

Aaron Harvey

MadeOfMillions

Books:

The Happiness Trap (also on the podcast)

Emotional Intelligence

Mindset

Grit

Atomic Habits

Ego is the enemy & The obstacle is the way

The upside of your darkside

Imp of the mind

Self-compassion

David and Goliath

Gifts of imperfection & Daring greatly

The mindfulness workbook for OCD

Wired to create

Own the day and own your life

The laws of human nature

Sapiens

Podcasts:

TED Radio Hour

The hilarious world of depression

The fierceful

Mindful things

Websites:

IOCDF.org

TheMighty.com

IntrusiveThoughts.org

Nami.org

The OCD Stories book >>

To your success,
Stuart

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4 Comments

  • Reply Nicole Fitch March 18, 2019 at 3:18 am

    Very inspiring to listen to. Thank you

  • Reply Susan March 29, 2019 at 1:33 am

    Thank you Stuart for another great interview with Sean Shinnock! The ocdstories podcast has taught me so much! Thank you for your continued hard work and the interesting guest speakers!

    Best to you.

    • Stuart Ralph
      Reply Stuart Ralph April 5, 2019 at 10:17 pm

      Thank you for listening and for the kind words Susan!

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