Relapsed. Again. Really really bad. We have company over and I don’t want to leave my room. It seems as though I can’t go more than 5 days of “doing well”.

Five days is really good, though. Maybe next time, you’ll last a whole week! And maybe the time after that, a week and a half. Relapse is a part of recovery. Try to think of it as five whole days, instead of only five days :)

Thank you, I’m not very good at thinking positively. It’s good to be reminded.

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Very clear water.

This fucked me up



Very clear water.

This fucked me up

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hi everyone, it’s dorothy gale from kansas, and i nominate the wicked witch of the west for the ice bucket challenge

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When I was just starting high school, a girl who rode my bus invited me to stay the night at her house and when I did she got really emotional and told me no girls ever stayed over because she was a lesbian and if you don’t think that’s the saddest thing ever you need to re-evaluate your life

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Odd Romeo and Juliet Tumblr Posts

Why hasn’t this got more notes…? It’s fucking hilarious………or maybe I find it so funny because I have a weird sense of humour…hmmm, lol :)

I love this

Very Tybalt. Much Stab. What do? 

This is perfection.

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I feel like I can’t be alone in my mind today. I always have to be stimulated. I can’t put down my IPod because I pick. I can’t accomplish tasks because I pick. I can’t sleep because that requires not doing anything but being in your mind.

I CANNOT stop picking what the heck is happening

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I do not agree with merging all BFRB's together.



Although I want awareness and help for all, I really dislike how TLC are turning into ‘BFRB’s Organisation’. They appear to be rebranding on all social media and also rebranding their products/awareness info. (Though they still work under and call their conferences TLC).

In my opinion,…

I absolutely disagree with this blog post. For too long now Dermatillomania sufferers have been completely in the dark… no treatment, no hope, no awareness, etc. We finally have an organisation like Trichotillomania Learning Center willing to include Derma in its research, treatment, awareness campaigns and so forth… something we very desperately NEED! Most people (general public) are familiar with Trich and that it means hair-pulling. Most treatment providers are aware of this disorder and provide support/treatment for it. In Australia I can find psychologists who specialise in treating Trich but not Derma. Derma is VERY unheard of and currently there is no one who treats it here in Australia (please correct me if I am wrong). No one even knows what the word means! Whilst I agree with Beckie0 in that I hate Derma being lumped in with other BFRB’s I think the similarities between Derma and Trich mean TLC is more than capable of finally lending the support needed to sufferers of skin-picking disorder.

Where I do agree with Beckie0 (but probably for very different reasons) is that I want to see Trichotillomania and Dermatillomania remain two DISTINCT disorders, two DISTINCT categories, etc. so our voices can finally be heard! However this can be achieved by TLC - we do not need a separate organisation for this. In fact I tried to set one up here in Australia but it is costly, time consuming and means involving a lot of people in the set-up and running of the organisation. While I feel like our condition will get lost if it is lumped in with other BFRB’s or coupled up with Trich there are things sufferers can do to ensure Dermatillomania continues to be talked about and recognised as a disorder in its own right. This is why I have chosen in my awareness campaigns, YouTube channelblog, support group and in the creation of my wristbands to ONLY focus on Dermatillomania. Not because I do not want to provide support for other BFRB’s but because Derma is fairly unheard of, was only added to the DSM-5 this year and many people have suffered in silence for far too long which is why I think it needs to be talked about on its own before it risks getting lost in the BFRB label.

And there are other people making noise about this disorder! I have been doing so for almost 7 years now, as has Angela Hartlin and Laura Barton. I can’t speak for Angie and Laura but I am one very busy girl… full time uni student, working 4 nights a week whilst being a single mum to my little boy and volunteering when I can. This means I can only focus on raising awareness for Derma when I am on breaks in between uni semesters but I am doing the best that I can at this point in time!

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