Make your Prediction
The brain comes up with ideas and predictions about various fears or threats. When it comes to OCD, the brain thinks it's helping, when really, it's often incorrect.

Your job is to do experiments/exposures to test the prediction you have. It will learn that most of the time, the threat never happens and will stop bugging and threatening you with it.
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Prediction
Write down a thought/belief/fear I predict will happen? *
Rate how strongly do I believe my prediction will happen? *
0 (don't believe)
10 (strongly believe)
Experiment/Exposure
What experiment can I do to TEST the prediction? *
What safety behaviors or compulsions will I need to resist doing during the test? *
How will I know if my prediction/threat/fear comes true? *
DO THE EXPERIMENT AND COME BACK TO THIS FORM
Outcome
Was my prediction accurate? Did it happen? *
Learning
What did I learn from this experience? *
Rate how strongly do I agree with my original belief/thought? *
0 (don't believe)
10 (strongly believe)
In order for the brain to learn and for you to have good data; you need to repeat this "test" or "exposure" over and over again.
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