Yes, trich awareness! My old doctor diagnosed me wrong and now my parents won't believe me when I tell them my real condition. Info needs to get out there. I've been trying to stop but...well, you know. It's comforting to know that I'm not alone.
thank you for spreading awareness! one of my friend has trich- she says its impossible for her to stop- shes even tried binding her hands. i feel so terrible and wish i could help her- but sadly all i can do is lend my ears to her when she is having a hard time....
I'm really not sure whether I have this or not, though I've talked to my doctor about it. Only after I visited my doctor did I feel that I could talk about this with other people. My main focus of picking is at my eyelashes. Not sure if this makes me a trich or not, but at times it can get pretty bad. There was a time where almost all of them were gone, but luckily they grew back. I totally support this stamp. Good to bring awareness to something so unknown!
Nice stamp! I dont have Trichotillomania but I meet someone who did in therapy.And as i'm a supporter of generating awareness and fighting stigma for all mental illnsesses/disorders i'm gonna add this to my 's!
This disorder is probably the most common, yet unknown and misunderstood disorder ever.
Thanks for making this. : ) People really need to learn the truth and stop being so stupid. They see someone pulling out their hair without any sign of pain and thusly make fun of the person. And when the person tries to explain, they just laugh and call them emo. Why can't they just accept that it's beyond their control, like every other mental illness? Actually, pretty much ALL mental illnesses are misunderstood. <.<
Makes me feel happy I'm not the only one. I still pull my hair but I pull from underneath so my bald spots aren't too visible... I haven't done it much, but since school and band are starting up again I've started to do it more frequently...