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During this short time, with much work and determination, she has achieved remarkable progress against her, previously omnipresent, OCD symptoms!
Her OCD had forced her into seclusion, isolation, and painful 4 hour ritualistic decontamination showers and had even left her unable to touch those she loves.
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For less than the cost of one therapy session, you can have a great self-help tool if you are unable to get help from a specialist.
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The app has helped me maintain the progress I made while there and has helped me to continue to make progress.
Every day is still a struggle, but having the app with me helps, especially when I feel that I'm about to give in to a ritual.
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