You're willing and ready to stop—you just don’t know how. This guide tells you.

Solve  your  dermatillomania,  trich   &  more ... finally.

I know what it's like to want to just stop picking...I tried dozens of ways and hundreds of times.

Finally, 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 things (onychophagy, trichotillomania, dermatophagia, excoriation, dermatillomania), the e-book is not medical, or vague. It's a reader-friendly guide with clear steps and ways to track improvement.

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You can access the BFRB Guide 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 licensed 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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Ideally, I'd tailor this guide to each BFRB, but that would be a much longer e-book. For ease, "picking" is said most often in the guide, but if you pull or chew, this e-book is for you too. That said:

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


Lauren Inés Ruiz Bloise
Freelance book editor & author of How to Heal Your BFRB: 4 Steps to Stopping Compulsive Skin Picking, Hair Pulling, and More

Treatments known as/under: habit reversal training (HRT), cognitive behavorial therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and the Comprehensive Model for Behavioral Treatment (ComB)

Also known as/includes: excoriation, neurotic excoriation, excoriated acne, acne excoriee, skin picking disorder (SPD), compulsive skin picking (CSP), dermatillomania, obsessive skin picking, obsessive skin pickers, compulsive nail biting (onychophagia), hair pulling disorder (HPD), cuticle biting, compulsive nose picking (rhinotillexomania), trichotemnomania (compulsive hair cutting), dermatophagia, cheek chewing, cheek biting, onychotillomania, trichophagia (hair ingesting/hair eating), onychotillomania (nail tearing), scab eating disorder