On the subject of scrupulosity.
Some important aspects in working to overcome scruples
A** regular confessor *(best if they have some background in such..but do not wait for the "perfect one") whom one can trust (indeed entrust yourself to for the time being!). He can give not only direction in general etc but note certain general principles* for one to follow under his direction or confirm them for you that you can follow. A kind of voluntary Obedience ...is important here..it is the age old remedy
Of course one seeks a confessor who is faithful to the Church... if something is clearly wrong..like he tells you to murder his secretary.....well that will be clear ..and one should change confessors well one does not do that ;) (it is said classically the person with a difficulty with scrupulosity would follow the judgment of the regular confessor who has taken responsibility for them -- except in the case of manifest sin)
Perhaps some studies in (orthodox) Catholic Theology such as what is in the Catechism or Compendium (I say perhaps cause some need to not read etc for a while..but simply follow their confessor...depends on the scruples etc)
Frequenting the Sacraments (within reason...confession every day...is prob. not a good idea unless one really falls into mortal sin...)
A classic quote:* Contra scruplos agendum est, et fixo operis pede certandum*
(Act contrary to scruples and with a firm foot overcome them)
Such is referring to overcoming ones scruples with a "firm foot". Learning to act against them under the guidance of your confessor. Dismissing them. Not arguing with them.
The confessor can direct one.
(some also have OCD ....and thus need medical/counseling assistance as well)
In a way one needs to be in a sense "scrupulous" about attending to ones scruples...
Intercession of Our Lady and the Saints
Acts of Faith, Hope and Love
Thinking more on the love of God and true life in Christ....living in the reality of the joy (even when not something felt) of being a Christian....
...keeping in mind that Jesus is the Good Shepherd who loves you