#15 Relationship OCD in the Time of COVID-19 – Real Therapy Session Part 4 of 4 w/ Stephanie

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We check in on ‘Stephanie’ where she talks about Dr. Jerome’s thoughts on her case, and how she’s been managing her pedophile thoughts. We also talk a bit about her feelings of loneliness, emotional perfectionism, her relationship OCD in the time of quarantine, and how she takes back the power from her intrusive thoughts.

Disclaimer: Please consult your doctor or therapist before attempting any strategies shared.

1:36 Stephanie’s thoughts on Dr. Jerome’s assessment

3:31 Labeling your experiences and distancing from your thoughts

7:13 Being a good person 9:19 Stephanie’s fear of loneliness

13:33 Fear of loneliness and how it affects Stephanie’s OCD

15:21 Emotional Perfectionism and Stephanie’s Relationship OCD

16:59 Taking the power away from intrusive thoughts

18:50 Dr. Jerome’s full stop strategy

25:40 Stephanie’s message of hope

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Dr. Maggie Perry

I’m your host Dr. Maggie Perry, a licensed psychologist with a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. I am also the founder of the online group therapy platform Huddle.care.

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