8 episodes

A brand new podcast all about living, and learning to thrive, with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

Sooo OCD Podcast Hosted by Wendi Nunnery

    • Society & Culture

A brand new podcast all about living, and learning to thrive, with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

    The Sooo OCD Podcast Season Two Trailer

    The Sooo OCD Podcast Season Two Trailer

    Welcome back to another season of the Sooo OCD Podcast!

    • 1 min
    Episode 7: Tips For Sharing Your OCD And How To Begin Healing, Part Two

    Episode 7: Tips For Sharing Your OCD And How To Begin Healing, Part Two

    On today's episode, I am finishing up a discussion I began in the previous episode about tips for sharing your OCD and how to start the healing process. If you haven't listened to Episode 6, I suggest you start there and then continue on with Episode 7.

    To everyone who has joined me for Season One of the Sooo OCD Podcast, I want to extend a HUGE digital hug and thank you for your support. Your messages, reviews, DMs, emails, and heart emojis mean more than I can say and it brings me joy to know this podcast has become a place of encouragement and relief for so many.

    If you have ideas, thoughts, or suggestions about a potential Season Two, be sure to send me a message on Instagram @LadyNunnery. I'd love to hear from you!

    For more from the Instagram account I mentioned in this episode, check out @MindOnFire_OCD. She is an incredible resource!

    Thank you again for listening. I hope you enjoy this final episode of Season One! And don't forget to share it with your friends.

    Lots of love,
    Wendi

    • 18 min
    Episode 6: Tips For Sharing Your OCD And How To Begin Healing

    Episode 6: Tips For Sharing Your OCD And How To Begin Healing

    Are you finally ready to start talking about your OCD...but you don't know where or how to begin? This episode is for you, friends.

    On the final two episodes of the Sooo OCD Podcast's Season One, I'll share some of the most important tips to begin talking about your mental health struggles and where to go to look for support as you begin the healing process.

    If this episode is helpful or interesting to you, please be sure to share it with your friends and don't forget to leave a review on iTunes!

    From now on, updates on the show and upcoming episodes will be found on my personal Instagram account @ladynunnery. You can continue to listen on iTunes, SoundCloud, and on the website at www.soooocdpodcast.com.

    Thank you for listening! I hope you enjoy it.

    • 19 min
    Episode 5: If God Can Heal Mental Illness, Why Do I Still Have OCD?

    Episode 5: If God Can Heal Mental Illness, Why Do I Still Have OCD?

    "If God can heal mental illness, then why do I still suffer with OCD?"

    It's the age-old question of why bad things happen in a world created by a good God. Even if you aren't a religious person, this question has probably plagued you, as well. And if you ARE a religious person, it has likely been even more frustrating.

    In this episode of The Sooo OCD Podcast, I'll attempt to tackle this question with my own thoughts on the nature of God, sin, mental illness, and healing. There is a lot more to say on the subject and so much I didn't cover. But I think it's a starting point for a broader conversation about the nature of OCD and our approach to it.

    I'd love to hear your feedback on this episode! Don't forget to subscribe to the show and leave a review on iTunes, and be sure to follow me on Instagram @ladynunnery where I'll soon be merging the podcast account with my personal one. Updates on the show will begin @ladynunnery starting with Episode 6. As always, you will still be able to listen on the website at soooocdpodcast.com.

    Thank you so much for listening! I hope you enjoy it.

    • 10 min
    Episode 4: A Day In The Life Of Having OCD

    Episode 4: A Day In The Life Of Having OCD

    What is it like to live with OCD every day?

    In this episode, I walk you through a typical day in the life of having Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. For some, a typical day is filled with a variety of compulsions and high-intensity fears. For others, a typical day can be much less intensive. I often fall into the latter category because my intrusive thoughts are often only triggered by very specific things, which is why on this particular episode you'll hear me talk more about those triggers rather than how often I'm performing compulsions. Remember: Every person living with OCD is going to experience it differently. This is only one story.

    Thank you for listening! Please leave a review on iTunes so others can find the show and don't forget to subscribe! You can also keep up with the show by following on Instagram @soooocdpodcast or by visiting the website at soooocdpodcast.com.

    Also be sure to check out Rachel Held Evans' book Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again.

    • 14 min
    Episode 3: Which Came First: The Enneagram Type or The OCD?

    Episode 3: Which Came First: The Enneagram Type or The OCD?

    How much do our personalities affect our OCD? And which came first: the personality type or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

    In this episode, I talk about these exact questions, specifically in the context of the Enneagram. I share my Enneagram type and talk more in detail about how I came to understand the effects of my faith, my beliefs, and my personality on my OCD diagnosis.

    For those who are interested in learning more about the Enneagram, here is a list of the resources I mention in this episode, both secular and faith-based:

    Podcasts:
    That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

    Books:
    The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson
    The Essential Enneagram by David Daniels and Richard Price
    The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron
    The Sacred Enneagram by Chris Heuertz
    The Path Between Us by Suzanne Stabile

    Websites:
    The Enneagram Institute (www.enneagraminstitute.com)
    Your Enneagram Coach (www.yourenneagramcoach.com)

    As always, follow the show on Instagram @soooocdpodcast and listen online here, on the website, or by subscribing on iTunes! To learn more, please visit www.soooocdpodcast.com.

    Thanks for listening!

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

Rockashow ,

Thank you 🙏🏼

First off I just wanted to say thank you for opening up and sharing your story in such a beautiful way through this podcast. I don’t have OCD myself but my partner does and this was a great way for me to step back and see things from a new perspective. Living with someone with OCD can have it’s challenges but this podcast has helped me to understand what partner goes through on a daily basis. I would to hear more about how you can support your partner through this particular mental illness.

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