#BFRBAwarenessWeek may be over, but it’s important to continue the conversation. Here are some of our favorite #BFRBWeek tweets from Oct 1 – Oct 7, 2015. Thanks to all these courageous people for being vulnerable & sharing their stories. We hope to help you all!
4 years of #trichotillomania and I no longer ashamed. I wear my hair up, and if anyone asks I'll tell them. #BFRBAwarenessWeek— 💀⚡💔♋ (@Sarahtops9000) October 9, 2015
It takes more work and energy to dislike yourself than it does to love yourself. Life is better with self-love. #BFRBAwarenessWeek— Lindsey Muller (@lmullertherapy) October 7, 2015
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When I received my Keen, I trained it for twirling and hair pulling on the left side of my head and for skin picking on the top of my head. I really appreciated the option to change the detection settings depending on my body position, since I usually do my habits most when I’m laying on the couch or sitting at my desk. I hardly ever take Keen off! When my Keen is charging, I still wear the strap as a reminder to help train my brain. I even wear it to sleep!
In today’s guest post, our Keen family member, Amber Bodeur, who’s been “Conquering with Keen, now shares how she found the courage - and the support - to start a support group in her hometown.
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