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Jun 9, 2019

In episode 177 of The OCD Stories podcast I was at the OCD Action conference in London, and I interviewed anyone who wanted to answer the questions "What's your one bit of advice for those with OCD?" and "What words of hope do you have for those with OCD?". On today's episode I share the answers to the second question. Hope it helps.

This episode is sponsored by UNSTUCK: an OCD Kids Movie. Check out the website for information on how to rent the film. And if you are a therapist you can buy the film to show to all your clients, UNSTUCK have given us a code to use when purchasing the film for your practice, use code APR19UNS to get 20% off. Visit https://www.ocdkidsmovie.com/ to find out more!

Show notes: https://theocdstories.com/category/podcast/what-words-of-hope-do-you-have-for-those-with-ocd

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