Using visualization in eyelash pulling treatments

The indispensible first step to getting the things that you want out of life is this: decide what you want. – Ben Stein Visualization is a powerful tool that many successful athletes, businessmen and leaders use on a regular basis. It consists of picturing exactly what you want in order to help you get it. Read more about Using visualization in eyelash pulling treatments[…]

Why Do I Eat My Hair After I Pull It Out?

That was a question I hadn’t really thought much about until I read an article on Trichophagia, or a hair eating condition, while I was researching my own treatment and the Trich Stop System for curing hair pulling. After all, I understood the pulling was a problem, but I hadn’t even thought about eating my Read more about Why Do I Eat My Hair After I Pull It Out?[…]

My Resolution to Not Pull My Eyelashes Out

It’s the new year, and with it comes all of those high pressure resolutions. Not pulling my eyelashes out has been on my new years resolution list for just about 40 years now. Luckily, for the past few years it’s been a ‘maintenance’ resolution, meaning that I resolve to continue my good work of resisting Read more about My Resolution to Not Pull My Eyelashes Out[…]

Chemicals and Hair Pulling

After years battling trichotillomania and looking for a cure for hair pulling, I am more and more convinced that chemicals have an affect on my eyelash pulling condition. I have always felt that chemicals of any form ( in my food, in my environment and even in makeup) aggravate me and increase the urge to Read more about Chemicals and Hair Pulling[…]

Using visualization as hair pulling treatment

“The indispensible first step to getting the things that you want out of life is this: decide what you want.” – Ben Stein Visualisation is a powerful tool that many successful athletes, businessmen and leaders use on a regular basis. It consists of picturing exactly what you want in order to help you get it. Read more about Using visualization as hair pulling treatment[…]

Trichotillomania Treatment and Support

There is no known ‘cure’ for Trichotillomania but there are treatment options available. Discovering ways to control eyelash pulling and hair pulling impulses can help a patient become pull free. Cognitive behavior therapy, stress-control medications, and hair pulling support groups have all proven as an effective way to control symptoms. Cognitive Behavior Therapy trains patients Read more about Trichotillomania Treatment and Support[…]