Book cover for How to Heal Your BFRB: 4 Steps to Stopping Compulsive Skin Picking, Hair Pulling, and More
Book cover for How to Heal Your BFRB: 4 Steps to Stopping Compulsive Skin Picking, Hair Pulling, and More



You want to STOP compulsive skin picking, hair pulling, or chewing.

This guide tells you how.


When I was desperately trying to stop, I had all the determination but not enough practical knowledge.

In 2019, I drastically reduced my picking thanks to steps I created for myself. I later learned these steps correlate with proven body-focused repetitive behavior (BFRB) treatments.

Despite the complicated names for these disorders (onychophagy, trichotillomania, dermatophagia, excoriation, dermatillomania), the e-book is not vague, medical, or academic. It's a reader-friendly guide that walks you through concrete steps so you can feel in control rather than desperate, confident rather than ashamed—so your hair, skin, or nails can be more like you want them to be.




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"Picking" is said most often in the guide, but if you pull or chew, this e-book is for you too.

This guide will be particularly helpful if…


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Why
a guide?

You can access it wherever you are, whenever you'd like. There's no need to travel, schedule an appointment, worry about availability, or wait—you can start healing right away.

Whether you meet with a therapist for $100+, or a coach like me who knows just what you're going through for less, the BFRB Guide is still much more affordable.

It's also more affordable than (or about as affordable as) one high-quality skin or hair care product, only it'll be much more beneficial than even the best beauty product you can buy.



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Being free of your BFRB, can you imagine that? Go ahead, picture it. Really.