I have been pulling my hair ever since I was 14 years. It has been 13 years now, and I am still not able to give it up completely. I give up in bits and pieces, leave it for 5 days and the get back, maximum has been a month but it takes so much effort to not do it while just going with the flow is so easy. After every session of pull, I look at those hairs and regret why? And every day I decide I will that I am not going to do it anymore and I fail every day. Every morning I look at myself in the mirror with that almost bald crown and imagine when it will all be back, analyze if the damage that I have done is curable or not, will the hair ever regrow, whether I will be able to flaunt those long hair ever in my life again, when I can swim with no worries of getting caught with a bald head or dance in the rain not thinking about anything.
I think most of you will relate to this pleasure that we get from pulling hair. You pluck your hair in hope of getting that root of the hair, that white part. You separate it from the hair and somehow I want to do it over and over again. I keep moving my hand on my head to find any thick strand of hair or any twisted strand (anything apart from that regular thin hair), and then I have this instant desire to pluck it. It's regret, remorse or anger that I build up because of my actions, I could have had those 10 more hair on my head :(
I am getting married in 6 months and I really want to just stop it once and for all. I want to look my best at my wedding, I know I still have time if I stop and I am starting today. Looking out for suggestions that can help.
Do any of you have a really hard time with developing hobbies? I don’t have any hobbies because I can’t stay interested. I’ve been dealing with chronic depression for a very long time and I’ve always wondered if it was just me who was uninteresting. I’d love to know your thoughts.
Hey guys, this is my first post here and I was wondering if anyone had any tips to help me try to stop pulling my hair & eating it. Maybe tips on how to talk to my husband and tell him how badly it's effecting me too? I know he thinks it's effecting me fairly badly but I feel like he doesn't know the half of it.As a backstory, I always had a fascination with my hair as a child. I would constantly...