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    stand up
  • A comedian who performs by standing in front of an audience and telling jokes

  • Comedy performed in such a way

  • A brief monologue by a television news reporter

  • arise: rise to one's feet; "The audience got up and applauded"

  • refuse to back down; remain solid under criticism or attack

  • requiring a standing position; "a stand-up bar"; "a stand-up comic"





    how to
  • Providing detailed and practical advice

  • (How To’s) Multi-Speed Animations

  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic

  • A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.





    make
  • brand: a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now"; "what make of car is that?"

  • give certain properties to something; "get someone mad"; "She made us look silly"; "He made a fool of himself at the meeting"; "Don't make this into a big deal"; "This invention will make you a millionaire"; "Make yourself clear"

  • The making of electrical contact

  • The manufacturer or trade name of a particular product

  • The structure or composition of something

  • engage in; "make love, not war"; "make an effort"; "do research"; "do nothing"; "make revolution"





    hair
  • A very small quantity or extent

  • Any of the fine threadlike strands growing from the skin of humans, mammals, and some other animals

  • A similar strand growing from the epidermis of a plant, or forming part of a living cell

  • a covering for the body (or parts of it) consisting of a dense growth of threadlike structures (as on the human head); helps to prevent heat loss; "he combed his hair"; "each hair consists of layers of dead keratinized cells"

  • hair's-breadth: a very small distance or space; "they escaped by a hair's-breadth"; "they lost the election by a whisker"

  • filamentous hairlike growth on a plant; "peach fuzz"











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Trichotillomania




Trichotillomania





Trichotillomania. What does the name mean to you? How about trich, TTM, or a trichster? Well, this photo is about Trichotillomania.

Trichotillomania is a Hair Pulling Disorder. It is classified as an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). A ‘trichster’ is a person who feels the urge to pull his or her hair. If you are having hard time imaging the behaviour of Trichotillomania, then think about it as nail biting or finger cracking kind of habit. Trichsters usually don’t just pull out all their hair, rather they do it systematically one hair at a time; just like nail biting: one nail at a time.

Majority of people start pulling their hair around the age of 13 or 14, and for most they never stop. As you have probably guessed, there aren’t any chemical medications that can cure this disorder. I think there are some behavioural treatments, etc., but I can’t say much about the treatments for trich since I am not familiar with any of them. A trichster may pull one’s hair knowingly or do it automatically without giving it much thought. It is also has been noted that trichotillomania could be hereditary.

When I was around 13 years of age, that was back home (in Iraq), I went to the barber to get a hair cut. That barber was someone I knew from the neighbourhood and he was a very talented hair stylist. He was actually a very good artist who displayed his pencil drawings in his barber shop, and I used to love going through his drawings books. When I came home I looked in the mirror and saw few hairs on top of my forehead that were dangling down like it usually happens after a routine haircut and before taking a shower. I decided that they were out of place and I pulled them out—I think they were 3 to 5 hairs—and I never stopped pulling my hair until today.

You are probably wondering: that’s it? That’s how it started? Yep. And I haven’t been able to break free from it for over a dozen of years now, or had relief from it, because it is always there in one way or another.

As it turned out that both my dad and mom’s families pull their hair in a way or another. And as it happened it has almost affected the men only.

Living with trich is not fun, just like living with any addiction, or anything for that matter that controls you. And living with trich in an eastern country is even worse.

I don’t know why I took this photo or talking about trich because I have never talked to anybody about it in a personal way. Yes, family members and close people know that I pull my hair, but I had never actually talked about it to anyone except my best friend, Jesus Christ. And believe me He is more than enough. I think I took it for all the people who have trich out there and want to hear about it from others. Hearing about others’ experiences is good because we know we are not alone in what we are facing.

I’ve never talked to anybody about it for many reasons: 1) I don’t have anybody that close to me to open up to them. 2) The people that are close to me are either not interested in hearing about it, or don’t share my beliefs (at all). 3) People are scared when you talk to them about things they don’t know…and yes sadly, we, Christians more so than others.

Jesus touched the poor, the beggars, the sick, and the homeless; we, on the other hand, simply run away from them, or give them a shower before we touch them. With hearts like ours no wonder we are scared to get dirty, because our hearts are already dirty. When our Lord Jesus Christ touched the unclean He did not become unclean, but the unclean became clean. Also when Jesus healed people He made them stand up, not vice versa. (It was the demons who threw people down.) Sometimes I think I don’t deserve the title “follower of Jesus Christ”. Yes, obeying Him is very important to me, and yes I strive to live for Him and to be confirmed to His likeness. But to follow in His footsteps is a whole new level of spiritual maturity, and understanding of who He is in a much deeper and personal way. Let me ask you a quick question: how did you picture this next spiritual level, a higher step on a ladder? Well, it is not. It is stooping down to washing the feet of one person, where there is nobody else other than the two of you, on the most isolated place on earth—a person who you don’t agree with on anything.

Let me give you some little stories about trich and me. Early on when I got trich I used to mainly pull the hair of my scalp, and so one day when I went to high school a class mate (that is still back home) saw the missing hair batches and commented (not in a sarcastic, or unfriendly way, he just made a comment) saying, “You need to change your barber.” I quickly responded, “It is not his fault; I pull my hair out.” Now why is this incident important? Because my response is pretty much my attitude toward trich: it is nobody’s fault, and I have never blamed anybody for it. This is very important, because as destructive as an addictive habit can get, its negative effects won’t be even co











Immediately




Immediately





I am your typical looking Middle Eastern man. The only difference between my looks and other men is that I have Trichotillomania. I’ve had Trichotillomania for half of my life—since the age of 13. I have already talked about Trichotillomania and so this is more like Part II. The reason I am writing this is because of the big support I had gotten from people, especially trichsters, and so I feel the need to make Trichotillomania more known just because it affects the lives of many.

Trichotillomania has many negatives effects on a person such as the person might start having low self-esteem, low self-image, depression, shame, fear of being found out, fear of rejection, fear of humiliation, fear of public places, fear of relationships, feeling of despair and helplessness, feeling of being unworthy, misunderstood and uncared for. But for me one of the worst effects of Trichotillomania is actually making me hate taking pictures of myself, not because I love taking pictures of myself—I don’t—but I would love to have decent pictures of me and my nephew and two nieces for at least memories sake. Sometimes I wonder, “What if I get married one day, wouldn’t my wife or kids want to know how I looked like 10 years ago?” But for me getting married doesn’t seem like such a good idea because Trichotillomania is genetic: I simply don’t want my kids to have this terrible disorder. Beside, I don't want to make my family live through this sheltered life I am living because of Trichotillomania.

Trichsters often feel uncared for and unworthy. For example, I’ve always prayed to be healed from Trichotillomania and for many years I rationalized the fact God has not answered my prayer by things such as, “May be He is testing my faith,” or, “What if He wants me to be more patient?”, or, “What if Trichotillomania is some kind of a blessing?”, or, “May be God doesn’t heal nowadays as He did in the Gospel times.” But when I read the Bible I can't help but notice that most of Jesus’ healing have the same pattern…immediately:

Immediately the leprosy left him and he was cured.” Mark 1:42
Immediately her bleeding stopped and she felt in her body that she was freed from her suffering.” Mark 5:29
Immediately the girl stood up and walked around (she was twelve years old).” Mark 5:42
Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus along the road.” Mark 10:52
Immediately his mouth was opened and his tongue was loosed, and he began to speak.” Luke 1:64

So when I read those verses I had to ask myself, “Why doesn't Jesus heal me like the Bible says?" There are no ‘if’s or ‘but’s here. There aren't those thoughts we often have such as ‘more patient’, ‘disease is a blessing’, ‘pain is God’s will for our lives’…” I wondered, "Why does it look and work so differently for me?" Then I usually comforted myself by thinking, "May be it is not just me; may be it is like this for all of us." Then one day someone told me about the miraculous healing of their pet by God and I immediately felt that God cares about their pet more than He does about me. I had never felt as worthless as in that moment. Then I asked, “How much does an animal understand about ‘faith’, ‘patient’, 'pain' and 'blessings'?!” So I stopped trying to explain a God that's much wiser than I can ever fathom.

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Of course Trichotillomania is like a mystery disorder that people have hard time understanding and that’s why trichsters feel very misunderstood. For example, a classmate asked me recently why do I always wear baseball caps, and I told her that’s because I have a hair pulling disorder called Trichotillomania, and she asked, “Your hair or other people’s hair?” I had to laugh when she asked this and I explained to her it is like nail biting—you don’t bite someone else’s nails.

A couple of months ago my sister asked me, “Why do you have bald spots on your head?” (I don’t understand why some people who know me very well keeps asking me this; I mean they know very well that I have Trichotillomania. It is like you need to wear hearing aids and people keep asking you, "What are those things in your ears?!") And I told her, “Because I pull my hair out.” And she answered, “People wish they have hair and you pull your hair out!” It is like saying, “You bite your nails because you don’t like having nails.” If I want to get rid of my head’s hair I would just shave it! I won't choose to have bald spots here and there! I wrote the above two examples just to show how little Trichotillomania is known. The simplest way to understand Trichotillomania is to use common sense by treating it like any other obsessive disorder.

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Anyway, I hope you like the capture. Of course, it is very hard and rare for me to photograph myself and that’s why there aren’t any pictures of me on my flickr photostream. I also hate dressing formally because that means I can't wear a baseball cap which means I can't c









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