This Video Exposes the Realities of Living With Trichotillomania

Not a Cure-All

Jillian admits that although shaving her head has helped her control her urge to pull, it’s not a “cure-all.” There are many different factors and facets to the disorder and the best idea is to see a doctor or therapist to explore different treatment options and make a plan for your own lifestyle and needs. But the first step may be admitting that you need help — which opens up a whole new world of how you can see yourself and see your health. “I feel confident about my hair and who I am as a person,” remarks Jillian. “And I kind of hope the rest of it just follows suit.”

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Chaunie Brusie

Chaunie Brusie is a freelance writer, former magazine editor, author, mom of four, and a registered nurse with experience in OB, long-term and step-down care.

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