• 30-Day Rehab Challenge for Trichotillomania

  • Overcome Trichotillomania - How to Stop Hair-Pulling Disorder
  • By: Sabrina Kendall
  • Narrated by: Deb Thomas
  • Length: 34 mins
  • 2.6 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Individuals who pull their hair out of the scalp have trichotillomania, which is an obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). The people who have this disorder may think they are the only one, but there are thousands of people who have trichotillomania and hide it.

There's a quiz inside to help you with the conscious thoughts of dealing with trichotillomania. If you have been pulling your hair out and you've tried to stop, listen to this audiobook and do a 30-day challenge to get on the road to your recovery.

©2013 Sabrina Kendall (P)2014 Sabrina Kendall

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Waste of time

Tape fingers, get hobby, (I don't need a list of activities or stores where to go shopping). Lectures on the Bible... Don't waste your money.

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Very inspirational Powerful words I enjoyed it alo

Very Inspirational. I enjoyed it alot. If You are Spiritually awake you will love this narrator. She connected trichotillomania with defeat and prayer. I know Through Christ all things are possible. Amen!

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Trich is a Blessing

So far the most helpful resource in overcoming Trich, beside my Savior. I have realized having trich is a blessing for 3 reasons!
1. Trich is like an alarm that says "you feel anxious and stressed, it's time to figure out why and resolve it so you can be happy and at piece." So many people feel stressed but don't realize they feel stressed. They have the negative side effects of stress but are never woken up by an alarm telling them to resolve it and feel peace. (((stress (physical and mental) is actually beneficial when we grow from the stress. Just as you should eat protein after you've had physical stress you should have positive feelings and resolve after having mental stress in order to grow ('The Upside of Stress' by: Kelly McGonagal))).
2. This chink in my armor requires me to rely upon my Redeemer. Trich has softened my heart, humbled me, and made me reach out to my Shepard.
3. Closing my eyes and picturing constructive memories and thoughts can direct my thoughts towards my Savior and help me long for the day and picture the day when I will hug him and express my eternal gratitude for securing a path back to my Hevaenly Father through His atonement.
I want to leave my testimony that I know that Jesus Christ lives and loves you with a perfect love. And He is desirous for you to feel of His love. I urge you to seek after it! Hear Jesus Christ who is guiding you with His voice (your conscience) every day. I leave this with you in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

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  • 02-04-18

This book is about God not hair pulling

Disappointing- more about God than it was about learning to stop hair pulling - shame it didn’t deliver

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  • Donna C.
  • 09-14-21

Patronising.

I've pulled out my hair since I was 7 and now I'm 55. All of the advice in this book is what anyone with half a brain would have tried anyway. Being told to read scriptures and give my time to God as one of the steps was questionable.
Huge overuse of the word Trichotillomania too.
Not a comfortable word for anyone with this hellish habit.
This condition is about seeking comfort. like thumbsucking. Never beat yourself up about it its probably got you through some bad times. I had narsassistic parents but throughout all of my therapy nobody thought to look at the envoirement I was in. That was the basis of the problem. Not me! I just found a way to cope. It's taken 48yrs for me too see this. As sufferers we need to change our thoughts, build our self esteem and emotional resilience and we will stop needing to go to our head picking, scratching or pulling habit. You are very clever to have found something to get you through the emotional hell youve had. Heal your wounds and that thing you do will fade away and stop.
This I'd my experience.
...and believe me I tried everything from ducktape to hypnosis. Love the incredible, intelligent, loving, resourceful and sensitive soul that you are.
There is where you will heal. x