Relationship OCD : a CBT-based guide to move beyond obsessive doubt, anxiety & fear of commitment in romantic relationships

by Rajaee, Sheva,

Format: Print Book 2022
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Penn Hills Library Non-Fiction 158.2 RAJ
Location  Penn Hills Library
 
Collection  Non-Fiction
 
Call Number  158.2 RAJ
 
 
Summary

A powerful CBT approach to help you find freedom from obsessive relationship anxiety, doubt, and fear of commitment

Do you obsess over your partner's flaws? Does thinking about the future of your relationship leave you imagining the worst-case scenario? When it comes to navigating the world of romantic relationships, some feelings of anxiety, doubt, and fear are to be expected. But if your fears so extreme that they threaten to destroy an otherwise healthy relationship, you may have relationship OCD --a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) that causes chronic obsessive doubt and anxiety in relationships. So, how can you free yourself to discover deeper intimacy and security?

Relationship OCD offers an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral approach to finding relief from relationship anxiety, obsessive doubt, and fear of commitment. You'll learn to challenge the often-distorted thought patterns that trigger harmful emotions, increase your ability to think rationally, and ultimately accept the presence of intrusive thinking while maintaining the values of a healthy relationship.

Relationships are the ultimate unknown. If you're ready to let go of needing to know for sure, this book will help you find satisfaction and thrive in your romantic relationships--in all their wonderful uncertainty.

Additional Information
Subjects Commitment (Psychology)
Intimacy (Psychology)
Interpersonal relations.
Anxiety.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Cognitive therapy.
Publisher Oakland, CA :2022
Other Titles Relationship obsessive-compulsive disorder :
Language English
Description 189 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 9781684037919
1684037913
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