I wish I could really know exactly what is helping me...I've never been pull free so long...the urges are so faint, compared to what they used to be. I don't get that "itch" that I absolutely could not resist. I've been fighting this for 40 years...this is the best I've ever been. I've heard of people being pull free for a year or two, here or there, I have never been pull free in 40 years. I can hardly believe it's been that long...am I really that old? The last few weeks have been my best ever. I just pray that this will continue. I have a long way to go for my lashes and brows to be completely grown in, but they are looking so much better. I had a pretty good run last fall, but the urges were still so strong. It's the fact that I'm not really fighting it that I don't understand (I'm sure not complaining here). How long will this last. Will it come back? Will I pull them all out again? Why have the urges become so faint? I have never been able to understand why I pull, now I don't understand why I'm not pulling. Go figure.
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