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HelpMe2Stop.org helps Teens with Hair-Pulling


An organization helps teens and pre-teens dealing with trichotillomania:

"Trichotillomania (pronounced "TRIK-oh-til-oh-MAY-nee-ah"). Any idea what it is? If you don't yet, you will, if Charlene Blacer has anything to say about it – and she has plenty to say about this devastating disorder.

Ms. Blacer, a hair health and growth expert and entrepreneur, founded HelpMe2Stop.org, dedicated to providing recovery assistance for sufferers through beauty. Trichotillomania, known simply as "Trich," is the official term for a behavioral compulsion in which the affected pull their hair to breakage or to baldness.

Blacer explains: “I saw how for those who've experienced hair loss through medical treatments like chemotherapy and gastro-bypass surgery, insurance coverage is possible to help pay for expenses – including cranial hair prosthesis. But not for Trichotillomania Suffers.”"

Read More: http://www.pr.com/press-release/254561

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