Okay I know some of you have not gone to a therapist but I have and am currently going now and am pull free for several months now. We talked about the fact I tend to let things fester in my mind rather than confront my issues. I am a very shy person and I am often scared to talk about how I am feeling for fear that person will be mad at me or have some other negative reaction. I recently have taken action and decided to deal with my feelings rather than keep them balled up inside. One of which was confronting my mother-in-law who as a way of explaining why I'm wearing a wig started a horrible rumor that I had cancer. I was terrified but I confronted her. Of course she blew it off as a misunderstanding but I got to explain to her how the rumors around town hurt me worse than me having trich. I felt lots better afterwards and strongly feel that was the first step in my recovery. As I have not pulled a hair since that day and have had various other issues that I have boldly stood up for myself for and feel like that has kept me pull free. I hope this helps someone. So be bold!
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