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Mysterious Disfiguring Disorder Responsible For Hair Loss in Over 11 Million American Women
Date:10/28/2008

New approach to stop compulsive hair pulling breaks new ground in battle against Trichotillomania.

Lafayette, CO (PRWEB) October 28, 2008 -- One day Tina, a 36 year-old mother of three noticed a quarter-sized bald spot just above her daughter's right ear. A few days later she saw her child pull out a number of eyelashes. Their pediatrician assured Tina that children often do things that seem strange to adults but Tina felt tremendous despair. It turned out that Tina has been doing the same thing to herself since the age of nine. Tina joined a new online trichotillomania program to learn how to stop her own hair pulling and help her child.

Up to 17 million Americans struggle with Trichotillomania, a great majority of whom are female. Many are compulsively driven to pull their hair out for hours each day. As a result, a great number of hair pulling women suffer in silent shame, living a painful lie and hiding their torment even from loved ones. To date, there is neither a medical cure to stop hair pulling, nor a clear scientific understanding of its causes. However, Abby Rohrer has discovered practical answers to why so many begin to pull their hair out and go on to become long-term, even life-long hair pullers. Trichotillomania is a one of the top reasons for hair loss in women.

Abby Leora Rohrer has released TrichotillomaniaFree Women's University (TFWU), a unique solution for sufferers to resolve the emotional and physical ravages of long-term compulsive hair pulling. The online curriculum is paired with an innovative support system and is only for hair pulling women.

TFWU teaches students how
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