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Nobody wishes to be free of obsessive-compulsive disorder more than the person who suffers from it. You're not alone if you worry a lot because your kid has habits you can't seem to break, even if it may feel that way at times.
The “Parenting Teens with OCD” includes all the relevant information to help your kids control negative thoughts, let go of anxious sensations, and halt difficult-to-stop behaviors to get back to doing what they enjoy.
Each chapter opens with a part that assists teenagers and their parents/caregivers focus on specific issues and developing skills for tuning out obsessions and resisting compulsions. The sections that follow demonstrate how to be helpful without interfering.
You may not know anybody else who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) symptoms such as the urge to wash their hands continually, check to be sure everything is okay, count items, put things in order, or even repeat ideas recurrently.
When your kid is stressed or anxious, rituals like these can help them relax, but you already know that the respite is only short, and they'll have to repeat the process when they're feeling uneasy again. This loop might make them feel trapped, yet breaking it may seem impossible or even terrifying.