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Raising a Child with BFRBs: A Guide for Parents

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Body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) — from hair pulling and skin picking to cheek and nail biting — are treatable conditions, given a trained therapist and a willing child.

Yes, BFRBs can be very difficult for families to manage; sometimes, though, it’s parents who have a harder time coping with their child’s BFRB than does the actual child.It’s normal and understandable to worry about your child as you walk this road together.

You might have lots of unanswered questions about pulling or picking behaviors, and why your child continues to engage in them.

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