Free OCD eBook available for members of the community

Hello everyone. I am thrilled to share my excitement about our first eBook, “Beyond Doubt: Understanding and Overcoming OCD,” which we would like to introduce to the community. The book’s purpose is to signify a commitment to spreading knowledge, awareness, and compassion to all those affected by the disorder. This announcement is even more extraordinary because the book is free to download to every member.
Even though its primary purpose is to serve as a guide, it goes beyond the surface level of symptoms and delves into the depths of this complex disorder. Furthermore, “Beyond Doubt” is not limited to individuals with OCD alone. It also caters to the broader community, including families, friends, and healthcare professionals who support those with OCD. I hope you enjoy the content and bring up more ideas and facts from your experience that might have been omitted.
eBook access - Dropbox - Beyond doubt - Understanding and Overcoming OCD.pdf - Simplify your life

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Look what we have here! It’s fantastic to see your enthusiasm and commitment to spreading knowledge and awareness about OCD. Offering the book for free to the community is a beautiful gesture. At first glance, I love the systematized information it contains and will read it more carefully this evening.

Fantastic initiative :heart_eyes: I like the simplicity of it while, at the same time, it covers most of the information that every beginner should know. I am more than halfway for now, though.

I am so glad you gave it a try. :heart: It means a lot to us who put all that effort into making the book accessible for everybody who needs simplified information about OCD and its implications.

I appreciate your opinion on the book, too :hugs: Let me know what you think when you finish it.

I love the simplicity and the fact that the reader can learn most of the points about ocd in a synthesized way. I wish I had it a few years ago when I had to read books of +400 pages or search for articles about all the different types of the condition.

I like the book, but I wish there were more information about scrupulosity OCD in it. I struggle with this type of OCD, which is apparently rare, and I can’t find much information about it.

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Hi, I usually used to read about OCD and its subtypes from website: Scrupulosity OCD: Symptoms and Treatment | The OCD & Anxiety Center
It seems they have more information about scrupulosity OCD.

Thank you, Sofie. Your information is warmly appreciated. :slightly_smiling_face:

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I have scrupulosity as well. It’s not as rare as you might think.

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Yes, some people even try to label it under other problems like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, etc.

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For this reason, I always encourage people to research well before they go to a specialist for the first time because a bad experience with that can make matters even worse.

I cannot agree more here. Indeed, my first experience was rather negative a couple of years ago, and it took me a lot of energy and time to learn things slowly and help myself from that knowledge.

I am sorry to hear about that. It’s great you pushed through and didn’t let the problem define your journey.

I appreciate your empathy. Indeed, life can present its fair share of challenges, but it’s essential not to let those challenges define our journey.

Your understanding of not allowing challenges to define your journey is a valuable perspective. My only advice is to keep pushing through. :muscle:

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