Stop Picking on Me: How to Make Peace with Yourself and Heal Nervous Habitual Obsessive Compulsive Skin Picking (Unabridged)
Stop Picking on Me is the definitive guide on excoriation (skin picking) disorder (SPD).
How to make peace with your critical self and how to change your lifestyle to finally heal the phenomenon of nervous, obsessive, compulsive, and habitual skin picking.
This is the most comprehensive lifesaving book ever written on the topic. You will gain overwhelming understanding, answers, courage, and hope. Learn about what you do and why you do it. Then learn how to eradicate breakouts, and stop your compulsion to pick.
Mary-Margaret "anand sahaja" Stratton is the founding mother healer of excoriation disorder. She is an Essene minister, certified raw food nutritionist, instructional designer, and veteran of twelve step philosophy. Long before the DSM identified the condition, anand wrote a groundbreaking book and shared it for free online, along with creating the forum StopPickingOnYou. Now, years later, she shares her approach to find radical recovery that has kept her 100 percent pick-free through holistic means: mindful techniques, behavior modification, and especially natural nutrition - a whole foods diet. She is living proof that changing your life can affect your brain chemistry and make you happier and less likely to succumb to OCD behaviors.
How do you stop picking?
Stop picking pimples?
Stop picking cuticles?
Stop picking your face?
Stop peeling split ends?
Stop picking at in-grown hairs?
Stop picking at scabs?
Do you truly want to stop but can't seem to quit? If so, this is the book for you. It contains the comprehensive knowledge, proven effective tools, tips and treatment strategies, including habit reversal and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. Dermatillomantia can be cured. And this revised audiobook teaches you the nutrition connection that few pharmaceutical-trained doctors cover. This book covers physiological, philosophical, and psychological methods to remove unwanted anxious obsessive compulsive impulsive thoughts and actions.