In this book based on three decades of research, Mary OâMalley has crafted a new approach to healing compulsion, with simple exercises and techniques and an inspiring tone. People are compulsive for a reason, she says, and by observing the things they are compulsive about, engaging those compulsions, readers can begin to understand them and change their actions around them. The bookâs exercises help readers in the engagement process by teaching them to ask the right questions. The book shows readers why lasting healing comes from being curious rather than controlling, and self-acceptance comes through forgiveness, not shame.
About: A creative guide to confronting compulsive behavior observes that controlling behavior does not generally work and recommends instead an engagement with the object of obsession, which will lead to a change in attitudes surrounding it.
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