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Sandy Rosenblatt

Doesn't it Hurt?: Confessions of Compulsive Hair Pullers

Doesn't it Hurt?: Confessions of Compulsive Hair Pullers

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It is estimated that 2-4% of the American population is living with trichotillomania. Because so many cases go unreported, the numbers may be much higher. Living with trichotillomania can lead to feelings of shame, depression and anxiety. Some living with the disorder feel so much shame it leads to isolation. Many go to great lengths to hide a truth they feel ashamed of: They are pulling their hair. Some will not get treatment for fear of being judged and want to avoid feelings of embarrassment. It's time to let go of these feelings of shame. It's time to release the worry of what others will think and say. It's time to embrace the beauty that each and every one of us possesses. Let's believe we are beautiful - because every single one of us are. 15 contributors from around the world openly share their personal journeys. We're making profound discoveries together: There is hope. We are not broken. We are not alone. Read on, and find the next chapter of your story...

Author: Sandy Rosenblatt
Publisher: Plucky Press
Published: 03/20/2014
Pages: 130
Weight: 0.40lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.28d
ISBN: 9780615991788

About the Author
Sandy has been living with trichotillomania since the age of 7. She is a writer, blogger and speaker who is passionate about eradicating shame around trich as well as other body focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs). Sandy has been featured in Huffington Post, Huffington Post Live, AOL News, US World News and Report, The Sydney Morning Herald, YourTango, New York Daily News, and Inforum. She has also had the honor of speaking on The Success Panel at the Trichotillomania Learning Center's 2013 Annual Conference. Sandy is a voice for those living with trich, supporting them to lead the extraordinary lives that they desire to lead, as well as educating those that are unfamiliar with the disorder. Sandy sees her life as a journey. She enjoys her family, friends, nature, exercise, living life authentically and is a lover of animals. She cannot resist a good pun. Sandy loves spending time with her niece & nephew as well as her cats. She believes that everyone has a gift and loves that she can make a difference in people's lives.

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