You can find the awareness band at the following site.
I’ve got to get one!
Would definitely recommend a trip to this site anyway even if you don’t want one as they sell other things such as Tangle’s and stress balls, which you can use to help stop you pulling.
Can someone tell me where I can find info about the 30 day trich challenge?
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything, so here’s a brief update:
I’m 78 days pull free.
I’m still working on a guide/video of the techniques I’ve been using to combat trich to share with all of you.
I miraculously coped through the stress of failing my class. Again.
More miraculously, I coped through the stress of telling my mom that I was failing and needed to withdraw from my class.
And now for the shock of all shocks —
I have a boyfriend!
That’s all for now.
Could you please post information about the exercises that have worked so well for you? I'm 32 days pull-free but I want to get rid of the urges instead of having to constantly fight them .
Asked by: Anonymous
I’m in the process of making a step by step guide right now! I hope to have it up soon.
ROCK AND/or ROLL!
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything… so… yeah.
Expect something soon.
The awkward when someone that doesn’t know you have trich tells you that you have beautiful hair.
Most girls learn how to curl, primp, and preen their hair in their early teens.
While other girls practiced braiding, crimping, styling meticulously ridiculous up-dos on each other, I practiced hiding my bald spots.
I learned to part my hair on the other side to conceal the widening gap where my cowlick used to be. As the hair on sides of my head began to thin into nothingness, I attempted to hide my shameful secret in a ponytail.
By age 14 I was wearing a wig.
I knew that my synthetic hair would melt it I tried to curl it, and though none of my friends ever said anything, I knew they were secretly afraid that I might pull their hair out if I got anywhere near it.