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By Anonymous / Tuesday 4 March 2014 04:40 / United States - Riverview
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  feven  |  42

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  FML64128  |  42

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  mikara08  |  42

Yeah, that's what I was going to mention. I have a friend who has that issue; she plucks out her eyelashes particularly when stressed, but there also seem to be other factors she's not quite sure of.

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  mb2_native  |  42

25, I never knew it was a condition, I always thought it was my OCD. I'm always picking hairs out. My shoulders, upper back, chest, etc. I'm going to look that up to see what else I can find out about that.

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  Gittoh  |  42

is IS an OCD condition. OCD can be many many things, and some of it gets a name, that way it is easy to diagnose the exact problem and find the right treatment.

By  Pizzapiggy1  |  28

Wow, that is weird for a cat, I thought only birds did that with their feathers. O yea and plz go to a doctor,they are more reliable than the internet most of the time. Get better :D

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  Fsvb  |  28

Birds sometimes pull feathers out of stress and/or boredom. Cats and dogs can continuously lick a certain spot, which will then turn bald and they can even creat wounds like that. I think this is also a sign of extreme stress or frustration?

By  koalabear_55  |  19

You should talk to someone OP. You're probably bottling stuff inside and subconsciously u feel thts the only way to relieve stress. Even just talking to your sister or a friend would help. :) hope u get rid of this problem OP

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  BunkBeds  |  19

you sure do sound smart! with the the insightful tips on becoming a better person! So smart you don't even have to spell "you" completely! genius! U r so smrt

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  BunkBeds  |  19

I'm very smug. I'm commenting on a website, it's basically human nature. and who are you to mention typos. I've read a few of your comments. your Grammar isn't much better than mine

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  gracehi  |  19

Well, I'm not the one anonymously being a total dick to a complete stranger for no good reason while simultaneously making similar mistakes to the those for which I am mocking her. And yes, while I won't claim infallibility, my grammar and punctuation are undoubtedly and infinitely superior to yours.

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  BunkBeds  |  19

very impressive. how long did it take you to spell check that? and yes I am openly mocking her, and yes I have made a few mistakes. I never once claimed to be superior to anyone in anyway. I'm sure YOU have mocked somebody before in your lifetime. so calm down.

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  gracehi  |  19

Well, my mamma always told me never to argue with a fool, so I'll end our conversation here. Have a lovely evening and good luck soothing your raging ego.

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  BunkBeds  |  19

have a good day, Ma'am. don't let your self righteous attitude you acquired from watching daytime soap operas upset you as you sit down alone in your home self loathing yourself for the mistakes you've made throughout your life. goodbye

By  _parth  |  29

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  iAlissa  |  29

Perhaps the thought that she couldn't necessarily control it flew straight over your head. Don't be so judgmental on a situation you know almost nothing about

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  UberNova  |  29

You can control every motion your body makes (the voluntary ones); if you can't then you have a problem and that is weird, as weird is something different from the norm. Everyone is judgmental, it is an evolutionary trait we all have which originated in order to discern danger, we apply it all the time.

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  EbyKat  |  24

Close, it isn't a phobia. It is called tricotillomania. My mom has it. I have something similar called dermotillomania. It is related to the OCD family of disorders. It is usually tied with stress though it can become a habit that you just do all the time. Find a therapist or counsellor to talk to. Find out more about it and maybe get a support group online.

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  raeeheller  |  24

I also have dermatillomania. It's not fun. I've recently realized that it's a stress reaction for me (because It can be brought on by other things), and now I can finally work on treating it!

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  Coeliacchic93  |  24

I'm the same #96 I've realised I can distract myself from it for a while but eventually I'll start and not even realise what I'm doing! I have multiple health issues that cause me great amounts of pain and stress so I bet that's the main factor.

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  sonictardis  |  24

I have it too, and it's not a fun thing to deal with. I feel bad for my brows as they suffered the most during my teenage years. but with distractions, they're almost back :)

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