I remember sitting on my families living room sofa waiting for my Mother to finish vacuuming in the entry way, which was adjacent to our living room. My boredom was getting the best of me so I decided to pull an eyelash and make a wish. That first tingle of sensation intreged me. I kept pulling, first one by one then I discovered that pulling out a cluster gave me a better sensation and the eyelashes looked neat. I'm not sure how much time had passed but I was suddenly jerked out of my "zone" with my Mother saying "You should probably stop that". I was really embarrassed that she caught me at such a vulnerable time so I said "Okay". Little did I know that this was the beginning of my Hair Pulling journey.
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