We asked sufferers on their experience with loved ones and Skin Picking Disorder, as well as some tips they'd give to supporters
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Guest blogger Kim Mills reflects on her journey battling Dermatillomania and talks about how escaping her comfort zone has helped her win this battle.
Educating themselves, being empathetic, and removing triggers are all ways that friends of dermatillomania sufferers can offer support.
Skin-picking sufferers are more prone to infections than the average person because of the wounds they create on their body through their picking. Here are some tips to prevent wounds from becoming infected.
Picking Me Foundation digital marketing intern Karen Fragoso talks about her experience interning at this organization.
Preparing answers for common questions people have about dermatillomania beforehand will help skin-picking sufferers avoid uncomfortable exchanges.
Picking Me Foundation Founder and CEO Lauren McKeaney had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Drew Pinsky at the International OCD Conference in Washington D.C. last week.