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Oh my gosh, I have that! I used to go to therapy and group therapy with other girls. I pulled out my eyebrows and my eyelashes, and it was awful. Everyone made fun of me. Luckily, I grew it all back by 7th grade. They're still not as thick or as long as before, but that's fine. And btw: it doesn't just go away, you can only learn to deal with it. At this point, I'm so scared of losing my eyebrows again that I just don't pull. I was always so sensitive when anyone brought it up to me, and I still am now. But I'm glad that GL has an article about it now. Thanks <3 And also, some people might joke about it or find this comment sounding weird or silly, but it's really not. It was an awful period in my life, but I've learned to deal. I still pull ocassionally, but nothing awful. The only problem is that now, instead of pulling hair when I'm stressed, I cut sometimes. Nothing bad, but I don't like that about myself.
by GoldenGirl113 on 5/12/2011 5:01:42 PM
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by taylorswiftfan1236 on 5/12/2011 4:13:50 PM
I hope you get over you disorder soon!
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by Ladyshen on 5/12/2011 10:18:30 AM
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