You’ve got to start somewhere. I’ve still got a little fight in me, and it’s all going towards quiting. Here we go.
I’m alright, hun. I just wrote it on here to remind myself to get that book. It sounds interesting. I’ll be ok, I’ve been there.. done that. I never want to go back to that place in my life ever again.
So it has to be months since the last time I posted in this blog. For those of you wondering…
I still have trich. My fiance now knows, he accepts me. Other than that, no more good news.
I’m definitely going to start posting in the blog everyday like I was when I first started it. It helped more than I realized. I haven’t gone a day “pull free” in over 6 months.
I have to quit, and I’m back at it again. I’ll need all you guys’ help. And I’ll be helping all of you as well. So, as far as the “Diary of a Trichotillomaniac” girl.. I’m back, barely hanging on, but still ready to face the fight.
Thanks so much! (: I really want this to be a turning point for young people to be more open about this and if that means being one of the first to step up and admit it and own it, then so be it! Thanks again, it means a lot. <3
The Trichotillomania Learning Center’s mission is to end the suffering caused by hair pulling disorder, skin picking disorder, and related body-focused repetitive behaviors. trich.org
I’m doing a little better today. :) And yourself?
You’re not a freak. You are capable of quitting but it’s like a drug.. and it’s so incredibly hard to get away from. You can run away from yourself.