Natalie shares the next steps for her on the road to recovery from Trichotillomania.
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Next for me would be telling as many people as I can about things they can do to help themselves. They can start by telling one person about their problem, and also, I know that nobody with trich feels comfortable with their hair and in public with their hair, and I would like people to find that that person that they can trust and go to. I know that TK has been so helpful for me; just somebody who can do hair extensions, but can also teach you about diet and things like that, and I would like to be able to help others as well. But it’s not that I am at the end of my road, I am just at a point where I can start helping people also, but for me, there’s still a lot of things to get through. I still have anxiety, and I am working on that. I still want to try different things. I want to try hypnotherapy; I haven’t done that, meditation. So I am still in the process of trying to get better, and I also realize that it might not, I might have it the rest of my life. So, I realize that, but I really like where I am right now, where I am trying to help people.

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