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We can all relate to the universal feelings of isolation, sadness, and anxiety. But when BFRBs contribute to these feelings, they can become difficult to manage, and have a significant impact on our well-being. Share the video online – everywhere you can – using the hashtags #notalone and #BFRBweek.
“Much of the suffering experienced by those of us with a BFRB is caused by shame we feel about the disorder, and that is curable now,” says Jennifer Raikes, Executive Director of The TLC Foundation for BFRBs. “By raising awareness about BFRBs, we can end the isolation, and much of the suffering, so prevalent with these disorders.”