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Creators of The Trich-Free Solution™ Need help to stop pulling your hair? Please visit us at www.Trich-Free.com, or call us toll-free at (866) LIFE-NOW.
The Trichotillomania Relief Specialists offer cutting-edge Accelerated Personal Breakthrough Coaching services designed to help clients break free from even years of slavery to trichotillomania. With 4 out of 5 of our clients finding themselves able to stop pulling after just a SINGLE SESSION with us, our uniquely powerful coaching paradigm helps people find freedom from trichotillomania far more quickly and easily than most people (even most therapeutic professionals !) imagine possible. The TRS offers programs that can be conducted both in-person here at our Southern California location, or entirely remotely via Skype-based video-conferencing. Requiring no travel whatsoever, our convenient and affordable remote coaching option (something we call our 90-Day Distance Personal Breakthrough Coaching Program™) can be conducted from the comfort of your home or office. This saves you many hundreds - maybe even thousands - of dollars in additional expenses normally incurred with airfare, hotel, and other ancillary travel costs. Visit our website at http://www.Trich-Free.com to learn more about us. Take your time to read through our many heartfelt Testimonials at http://www.Trich-free.com/Success-Stories-1.html. Feel free to call us at any time of day or night at our 24-hour toll-free voicemail messaging service, at (866) LIFE-NOW, Ext. 2. We’d love to hear from you!
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Every non-puller has what those with trichotillomania want most - true freedom from the stress and anxiety caused by trich.
The belief that we NEED, DESIRE or HAVE to pull is what creates the urges that seem so difficult to resist - not anything physiological.
Think hair-pulling is a great stress-management tool? If it's so great, would you teach it to your kids?
It's just one more hair pulled that, when pullers have managed to stop for awhile, sucks them back into the trap.
The real truth about #trichotillomania: Pulling neither relieves boredom and stress, nor promotes concentration, focus or relaxation. We merely fool ourselves into THINKING these are benefits.
Think of the part of you that creates your urge to pull as a little monster that continually needs his "fix". Starve the monster, though, and it dies forever.
Our heartiest congratulations to 11-year-old Francesca - one of our youngest clients, working with us all the way from Scotland! (Thank goodness for high speed internet and ever-improving webcams!) We started with Francesca about a month ago, and her mother wrote to us earlier today, joyfully expressing the thrill of witnessing her daughter’s (seemingly) miraculous transformation: * * * * “Thank you for helping Francesca so much... it is amazing! The hair pulling has stopped. Its incredible. Thank you again!” * * * * It’s truly our great pleasure... Way to go, Francesca! We couldn’t be more excited for you. :-)
Here's another inspiring email from a client who immediately gained control of her hair pulling just after our first coaching session! Just like some of you have shared on our Facebook Page, breaking the emotional turmoil that you and your loved ones experience needs to end now! We are confident that we can help you, no matter how long you've had this problem. ...and you can read here from Danielle's note, how easy and natural it was for her to choose to stop picking and pulling because for the first time in her life, she was feeling confident and in control! We just began work with 18-year-old Danielle* this past Monday (our second session is scheduled for tomorrow). She was so kind to write to us yesterday to share her feelings and impressions of our time together on Monday. Here’s an excerpt of what she had to say: * * * “Robert and Glei, First of all, I just wanted to say Thank you. I never would have thought that after almost two years, a two hour conversation would have helped me to stop picking. Now, at the end of the day, I haven't picked once and they haven't bothered me. After only one day I feel that I don't have the urge to reach my hand up and pick them out. I also threw away my tweezers and it felt good knowing I won’t need them anymore to pull out hair. Hopefully yesterday was the last day that I will pick at them and today will be the first of many happy and non-picking days! Thanks again, Danielle *name substituted * * * We feel so happy to know how happy you are becoming now, Danielle! More fun to come! - ROBERT & GLEI
"If you don't control what you think, you can't control what you do." - Napoleon Hill #trichotillomania #trich
The vicious cycle of urge->pull->relief->urge->pull->relief will go on forever - until you (and ONLY you) break it. #trichotillomania
Thanks to our amazing 16-yr-old client Deanna - another TRS success story - for helping coin the now trending hashtag #choosehappy!
The more you give in to the desire to pull, the more you train your brain to look for the urge to do it.
"Whether you think you can, or think you can't - you're usually right." -- Henry Ford
If you think you enjoy pulling, SLOW DOWN the process next time. Take a moment to ask yourself how good it really feels. #trichotillomania
“Trying” to stay pull-free leads inevitably to even more urges to pull; COMMITTING to it leads instead to a lack of urges, and eventual freedom from #trichotillomania.
What is our hope for you today? Be Calm in your heart... Here's something to consider: Peace. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart.
Our reminder for today comes from a quote from Daniell Koepke. We would love to hear your thoughts and comments. “If you’re struggling, you deserve to make self-care a priority. Whether that means lying in bed all day, eating comfort food, putting off homework, crying, sleeping, rescheduling plans, finding an escape through a good book, watching your favorite tv show, or doing nothing at all — give yourself permission to put your healing first. Quiet the voice telling you to do more and be more, and today, whatever you do, let it be enough. Feel your feelings, breathe, and be gentle with yourself. Acknowledge that you’re doing the best you can to cope and survive. And trust that during this time of struggle, it’s enough.” ― Daniell Koepke
Do you reserve Sundays for rest, reflection & communion w/ God? Great way to restore balance to your life. #trichotillomania
Something to think about today: “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” -Nelson Mandela