You can only begin rethinking OCD by looking within ourselves. The human mind is unique in that we have the ability to use our thinking to change our life. So splash cold water on your face and wake up. Wake up and realize that your perceptions of your current situation can change.
Life is about the way you perceive it. I caution you not to take the low road and settle for what you see before you today. Instead, stare up to the glowing sun. Realize that no matter how terrible your situation is, the light is still shining down on you.
Most often past decisions you made for the reality of your life.
Yet, people who suffer from physical and/or mental turmoil who have not chosen this path at all. This is the path that is often referred to as the “tragic life.” It seems to be human nature to relate with suffering we can see in the physical form.
Creation and funding for organizations that help the physical illness is crucial. Yet, there still exists a large gap in recognition and much needed funding for mental illness as well.
As such, there is an overwhelming amount of “anxious OCD minds” suffering in silence. These people are without a buoy to rescue them from the treacherous waters of anxiety and fear. But that’s about to change for you.
You have to believe that you are among the “warriors” in this world. Mental OCD warriors who are capable and strong enough to rethink and conquer OCD.
I say this not as a psychologist, but also as a fellow warrior.
If you are reading this, it is likely either you or a loved one is coping with the “anxious OCD mind”. The same situation I found myself in for countless day and months. Anxiety plagued me for a very long time, and my goal today is to help people march toward a better life.
I was never handed a blueprint on how to achieve this feat. But with the help of mentors, I started to rethink OCD. Not only to rethink but outsmart OCD.
Developing a WHY
By developing a meaning why for rethinking OCD and my life. I discovered what the HOW which I believed for so long wasn’t possible.
Your OCD WHY for Recovery
You Have a Purpose
No matter where you travel to in the world, your anxious mind and state will follow. You must acknowledge that it’s “game on,” and you need to discover your “why” to start the process of rethinking OCD. Your “why” will be the creed you call upon when you experience the darkest and harshest of moments in life.
The meaning of your life is your “why.” Each one of us has a “why” within us. For some, it may be more clear than for others. The more effort you put into discovering your “why,” the more power it will provide you to “Never Give Up.” This tough mentality to see past the negativity will offer you the insight to be able to rethink your OCD. To propel you into an improved and higher existence.
You may already have a “why” and a purpose for life. But, many people go to the grave, never knowing their purpose for existence. Anxious OCD minded people can get lost suffering without a goal each day.
We all suffer and struggle in life. But the meaning we put to our suffering is our “why.” Seek out the more profound meaning, and soul searched for your purpose. It is time to enlighten yourself and discover your “why”. Your OCD why will release potent energy for you to face each OCD fear and conquer it.
No matter how you define your OCD why. It must be strong enough to motivate you beyond your pain and personal struggles. An OCD why will give you the strength to stay focused on rethinking OCD. It will lead you toward a glorious pathway beyond your suffering. Free you from fear so you can shine in all your greatness to the world.