How to Get Over Compulsions

By Joyce Odidison

Jul 26

Do you have things you must do or take or see? Is it a compulsion, or an addiction?

Compulsions are those things we do not because they are good for us but because we have a burning desire for the reward or feeling we get from doing them.

They seldom add value to our lives and often are an embarrassment we don’t want others to know about.

What is your compulsion? Here are some quick tips to help you overcome those compulsions and maybe take a different action when you feel tempted to act out of compulsion

Watch this short Facebook Live video for the tips I share here.

Do you compulsions or addictive tendencies you are wrestling with? You are not alone. There are simple things you can say, do, think, or tell yourself to get over these compulsions in your life. Let me know if you feel this video was a help to you. Leave a comment below.

To Your Wellness



About the Author

Joyce Odidison, MA. PCC. CTDP is President, Interpersonal Wellness Services Inc. Joyce Odidison is a Master Trainer, Coach, Thought Leader, and Founder of the Wellness Competency Mindset Movement, the Wellness Improvement System, Workplace Wellness Program and the Global Workplace Wellness Summit. She is also training director of the WIS Coach Training Institute, which offers an International Coach Federation (ICF) Approved Coach Training Certificate Program to pursue their ACC and PCC designations. She has trained professionals from all backgrounds to teach, coach and facilitate the wellness competency mindset teaching concept. Joyce helps leaders and organization stay resilient in the face of difficult and challenging conflicts and changes. She is a passionate, enthusiastic professional who loves to help organizations and busy professionals live well in all areas of their lives.