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Helping one person makes an infinite difference. I learned that years ago when I started sharing my own recovery. To this day, I know that offering help to those who deal with OCD every day, not only gives them hope – but me too. I am one of you. I’ll continue to offer free OCD Coaching Videos on our web site, YouTube, and Facebook – for the health of it.

Never give up hope,
James Callner

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“James please never stop making these you have no idea how much you have helped me. Keep up the good work.!!!”

“Your videos are very helpful to me also. Thank you.”

“Fantastic video Jim will help many many people. Great work.”

“Thanks James – the video is fantastic, lots of positivity, encouragement and hope, well done.“

“Thank you for sharing your video. May I share it with my therapist? I know that she has several patients that have difficulty with shower time.“

“You motivated me and reminded me that there IS hope!“

“I watched the video on the Shower. That was magnificent. You should do more video’s on other topics, like how to drive if someone is afraid, or other topics. I have NEVER seen videos like these and these tools can help people experience positive change by WATCHING HOW TO RECOVER.“

“Love that you posted this because I have looked online for help on this and in a few books, and this is a great video.“

“Thanks for posting, this video is a welcome help!“

“Thank you so much for this Jim. This really means a lot. I hope that when I have the courage someday, I will also be part of ‘The Faces of OCD.'”

“Inspiration comes in many forms. Great form Jim.“

“Thanks James for this video. I am glad I am not alone.”

“A Calming, Remedy video.. Thanks for your sharings and best wishes for your helping journey!”

“Thank you for the valuable tools Jim! I wrote down everything you said that I feel would help me. I appreciate the help.”

“I love your words of wisdom and experience, Jim. Thank you for this.”

“When I came across your video about taking a shower with OCD on twitter, I then watched many of your other videos and something just clicked. It was a surreal moment because here, on my iPad screen in the early hours of the morning, I was seeing someone who was just like me. I think you are a real inspiration and the fact that you offered to make a video about exposures just for me, well, all I can say is that I am honored.”

“…this inspired me to create a challenge for OCD awareness week, thank you so much for sharing this video.”

“I just wanted to say that I am now starting to see the effects of positive mental attitude and good therapy with hard work and ERP.”

” I discovered your website tonight and I’ve just finished viewing several of your videos. I’m a 66 yr. old retired teacher who was diagnosed with OCD by a psychiatrist last year. I see now that I’ve had OCD for decades. But it has gotten worse these past few years.”

“Thank you so much for the information on your website. I’ve found it so very helpful tonight and will return to it.”

“I would like you to know that you have been such a massive source of inspiration and hope to me, and I can only dream of being that for other people. You are such a kind human being and I would like to thank you sincerely.I am going out and about, eating in restaurants and spending time with friends again which has drastically improved my life.”

“It’s really nice watching a video about people who understand how I feel.”

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We see this tree almost every day on our walk. It must have a tremendous root system to keep it up in storms. And, we do get pretty strong storms here in the winter. It just bends with the wind. I was taught long ago, by a great teacher, that when you are in storm, like anxiety or overwhelm, learn to be like a palm tree ~ bend. Oh, I use my share of emotional roots or tools to calm myself down, but my main tool is to be flexible with myself and with my mind. Fighting only makes it worse for me. I flow or bend with the emotion best I can - and oddly enough the storm settles - and I'm still here. JC <3 ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

We see this tree almost every day on our walk. It must have a tremendous root system to keep it up in storms. And, we do get pretty strong storms here in the winter. It just bends with the wind. I was taught long ago, by a great teacher, that when you are in storm, like anxiety or overwhelm, learn to be like a palm tree ~ bend. Oh, I use my share of emotional roots or tools to calm myself down, but my main tool is to be flexible with myself and with my mind. Fighting only makes it worse for me. I flow or bend with the emotion best I can - and oddly enough the storm settles - and Im still here. JC

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1 week ago

The four-year-old bully called OCD

Ever notice that OCD does not grow old? I mean think about this. At least for me, who has been around this disorder for 35 years, I recently recognized that OCD stays the same age - about four years old. That is, a four-year-old bully always in a tantrum. Even if you are four years old you don’t have to engage with a bully. We all get older but the obsessions and compulsions pretty much stay the same. We become wiser, more aware, more compassionate -but the four year old bully repays the same old bullying messages. “Don't think that or you'll harm someone, keep washing because all germs are bad, you'll get sick if you don’t do what I say” It just goes on and on. It's the same messages I was getting 35 years ago but now I look at OCD as a four-year-old bully and that changes my perspective. Just the thought of a bully mentally pushing me around helps me challenge OCD. It does take practice but we have the power to be the adult in the room. JC <3
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2 weeks ago

The four-year-old bully called OCD

Ever notice that OCD does not grow old? I mean think about this. At least for me, who has been around this disorder for 35 years, I recently recognized that OCD stays the same age - about four years old. That is, a four-year-old bully always in a tantrum. Even if you are four years old you don’t have to engage with a bully. We all get older but the obsessions and compulsions pretty much stay the same. We become wiser, more aware, more compassionate -but the four year old bully repays the same old bullying messages. “Dont think that or youll harm someone, keep washing because all germs are bad, youll get sick if you don’t do what I say” It just goes on and on. Its the same messages I was getting 35 years ago but now I look at OCD as a four-year-old bully and that changes my perspective. Just the thought of a bully mentally pushing me around helps me challenge OCD. It does take practice but we have the power to be the adult in the room. JC
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OCD Coaching Videos are not designed to replace professional OCD Therapy. They are intended to help in the education and coaching for those suffering with OCD. James Callner is an OCD Educator and Coach, teaching from over 35 years of his own recovery experience. The Coaching Videos, Blog Posts and other information on this website are not a replacement for a professional therapist. Mr. Callner contributes his videos to the OCD Treatment Centre in Taunton England. OCD Treatment Centre therapists approve all OCD Coaching Videos. .