OCD and the Danger of “Checking” Yourself

I want to share with you a toxic habit that can keep people stuck in obsessive and compulsive patterns, while preventing anyone from being able to experience new ways of thinking and living. I want to encourage you to drop the insessant battle of “checking” yourself.

In this broadcast, I also dive into a bunch of questions that were submitted. I pray you enjoy the feedback and encouragement.

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