Hi everyone, you can call me aja. I just thought I'd drop a message out there and tell a little about me. Wellll, I'm a stay at home mommy of 2 boys under 3 and I'm still in denial about my 30th birthday. Short version: I started pulling at age six, struggled for years. Got punnished a lot and told to quit it. My mom took me to a psychiatrist when I was like 10 or 11 and he told me to knock it off and do what my mom says. (uh huh....???)I had stopped pulling alltogether by about age 15. About a month ago, I found out my husband's been unfaithful and a sex addict since b4 we got married (6 years ago)and low and behold....I realize I'm pulling again, like I don't have enough to deal with. (Ok, Ok, enough self-pity) Anyway, I'm just trying to get my bearings right now and clear my head and "get in control" again. I'd love to get to know other people that go through what I do (and anyone else who HATES having to draw your eyebrows on every day). I was so amazed a couple years ago when I found out I wasn't the only one, seriously, I really thought I was! (So, maybe not the short version..I'm long winded!) Anyway, thanks for reading, hope to chat soon.
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