Suffering with Trichotillomania? Believe It Or Not, It’s Not about You

If you or a loved one suffers with compulsive hair-pulling (or trichotillomania), chances are managing this challenge takes up way too much of your time and energy.

Sure, dealing with the problem itself is difficult enough.  Trying not to pull, but doing it anyway, always on the lookout for a new treatment center, medication or therapist, working hard to avoid situations where you know you’re likely to pull…  The list goes on and on.

But There’s More…

Perhaps most taxing is the toll it takes on our psyche – the way it makes us feel about ourselves.  So many of us decide our inability to control our pulling activity is a reflection of a mental or even a personal deficiency or defect.

But is this true?  Is it really about us?

Check out this week’s video for a look at our perspective.

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