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hair pulling

  1. nervous habits

    Obsessively pulling at my split ends.

    I used to style my hair with heat, wash with sulfates and nasty things, rip it to shreds towel drying it, ALL daily. I have since stopped using heat completely, wash with friendlier ingredients a few times a week, condition my hair daily, and take my vitamins. One thing I cannot conquer is...
  2. saskinakki

    Hair pulling?

    Hello I have been diagnosed with asperger's about half a year ago and I was wondering if there were other hair pullers (trichsters) here? I have read somewhere that trichotillomania and asperger's might somehow be linked but I don't know. Any information on this would be appericated :)
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