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The OCD Rescue Program By Rich Presta & Dr. Cheryl Lane

Posted on June 12, 2012 at 5:50 PM

The OCD Rescue Program is written by Rich Presta & Dr. Cheryl Lane, and they have provided an in-depth guide on how to control and overcome your OCD behavior. The methods and techniques they use in this 4-step program is unlike any other program or therapy, and shows ways in actually preventing the behavior from happening.


They also believe that natural healing will benefit the patient better, than taking expensive medication. By following the OCD Rescue Program, there is hope that one may actually be able to lead a normal life again. The program consists of one ebook – the OCD Rescue Program Manual, and two audio programs – The OCD Rescue Program Complete Audio Supplement Series and The Anxiety-Free Masterminds Audio Series which contains almost two hours’ worth of advice and interviews.


In fact, OCD Rescue Program does not give hypnosis, or ridiculous exercises to do, just advanced and cutting edge methods which will work for you and many others. The OCD Rescue Program treats your problem from inside with a natural means so you do not need to worry about the side effects or suffering any pain.


In general, you will know how to teach yourself that the thoughts and obsessions don’t must lead to compulsive actions. The simple and straightforward strategy of the ocd rescue program will help you teach your mind to react differently to your thoughts so you can learn to stop the anxiety as well.




✔ Good visual style and art design.

✔ Ocd Rescue Program is totally portable, meaning it can go with you on a thumbdrive, smartphone, or other portable device and run on any Windows PC.

✔ Pretty open and user friendly.

✔ Easy to operate, I personally hate anything that is very complicated as if made for the experts sake.

✔ 24/7 Customer Support.

✔ Solid performance.

✔ Many new features with every release.




✔ I haven’t found any yet!

✔ Nothing yet as far as I am concerned.

Most of the common features and stability. No notable bugs, very stable

Categories: Anxiety

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