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by Cheryn Salazar

Cheryn Salazar's shares her personal story of her battle and recovery process towards wholeness and recovery, emotionally and physically, from the devastating disorder of Trichotillomania (compulsive hair pulling). Her sensitive and personal insight into this issue offers hope and inspiration. This book is easy to read for adults or children 10 years and older.
Download You Are Not Alone: Compulsive Hair Pulling, "The Enemy Within" epub
ISBN: 0965067009
ISBN13: 978-0965067003
Category: Fitness
Subcategory: Beauty Grooming & Style
Author: Cheryn Salazar
Language: English
Publisher: Rophe Press (1995)
Pages: 262 pages
ePUB size: 1811 kb
FB2 size: 1381 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 960
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I too, am a hairpuller. I have suffered for 27-1/2 years ALONE. After reading this book ,I was given the courage to face trichotillomania. I find that Cheryn's book is comforting to READ and Re-Read. I also realized that I am NOT ALONE, and that there are others out there, who feel the same way. Cheryn was able to put into words her feelings that have helped me greatly in my struggle with hair-pulling. Cheryn has a compassion and genuine love for all hair-pullers and is an inspiration. I HIGHLY recommend this book to any hair-puller and/or parent/loved one of a hair-puller.
This is the first book I read on the subject of trichotillomania, and I felt as if Cheryn were talking to me personally. I cried tears of relief to know that others had this disorder, and that they shared so much in common with me. Trichotillomania is a disorder of isoaltion and secrecy. That is almost worst than the hair pulling itself. This book truly helped me to understand that I was not alone, and to know that others felt the same way and had gone through many of the same things. Cheryn is personable, sincere, compassionate and loving, and this book will reach out and touch any body who reads it.
Thanks to Cheryn's bravery to reveal her own struggle with trich and to her ability to communicate what has worked for her, many of us out there that were too scared to surface can now look at life a little less fearful.
Thank you Cheryn for doing whatever it takes to help others in their struggle.
I was so anxious to receive Cheryn's book in the mail. The day I got it, I immediately started reading. I could not put it down. I felt so close to the author as I read her story. This book is great. It is sure to help many on the road to recovery and healing. I have not felt the same since I read Cheryn's story, and have to thank her and her family again for sharing their experience in dealing with Trichotillomania.
This book is geared toward the parent, relative of a trichototillomania (TTM) sufferer. It offers no greater insight than what the sufferer already knows. But for the relative/friend of a sufferer then this book is a child-like insight of what one person's experience with TTM was. I would rank this book very low due to the non-information regarding TTM that is in it.