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Resource Review: "Doesn't It Hurt? Confessions..."

Resource Review: “Doesn’t It Hurt? Confessions…”

Edited by Sandy Rosenblatt, “Doesn’t it Hurt? Confessions of Compulsive Hair Pullers” is a compilation featuring powerful stories of pain and perseverance from those living with trichotillomania, a body-focused repetitive behavior (BFRB).

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Resource Review: Laura Barton's "Project Dermatillomania: Written on Our Skin"

Resource Review: Laura Barton’s “Project Dermatillomania: Written on Our Skin”

In being the second title in the series, Project Dermatillomania: Written on Our Skin (PD2) provides a vivid look into the lives of many women who have excoriation disorder (aka “dermatillomania”). The 116 pages of this collective includes poems, personal stories, and artwork that conveys the severity of this often misunderstood disorder while providing intimate insight into the lives of the 19 contributors of this book, including its author Laura Barton.

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Resource Review: "Project Dermatillomania: The Stories Behind Our Scars"

Resource Review: “Project Dermatillomania: The Stories Behind Our Scars”

Compiled by Laura A. Barton, Project Dermatillomania: The Stories Behind Our Scars is an easy yet gripping read containing eleven stories of people with excoriation disorder who met each other through the Facebook group Dermatillomania Awareness. This book is simplified only in terms of reading level, but certainly not in content.

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Resource Review: "Skin Picking: The Freedom to Finally Stop"

Resource Review: “Skin Picking: The Freedom to Finally Stop”

As a holistic health coach with a doctorate in chemistry and a former skin picker, Annette Pasternak’s guide “Skin Picking: The Freedom to Finally Stop” explores important techniques in reducing the compulsive behavior while also sharing her personal experiences with excoriation disorder.

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