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Body Language Experts Reveal Why Meghan Markle Is Always Touching Her Hair

CountryLiving has this article about Meghan Markle and how she is seen touching her hair often. I always wonder if it’s a good idea to speak about celebrities or public figures this way or discussing their behaviors in public. There’s just too much speculation and a feeling of “gossip” about this story. Is she nervous? Is she self soothing?

But I was wondering what other people think. Perhaps it’s good to see public figures that are “just like us”.

Source: www.countryliving.com/life/a46000/meghan-markle-touching-hair-body-language/?utm_medium=google

If you can’t stop picking at your hair, it could be a sign of something more serious

People who become obsessed with skin-picking and hair-pulling are attempting to reclaim their lives using jewellery called “fiddle bracelets”. Extreme skin picking and hair pulling are impulse control issues known medically as dermatillomania and trichotillomania respectively.

Source: www.independent.co.uk/life-style/fashion/trichotillomaniadermatillomaniamedical-condition-a7462841.html

Why I Can’t Stop Picking My Skin

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“There’€™s something destructive that I do to myself every day. It’€™s so ingrained in me that, most of the time, I don’€™t even realize I’m doing it. It doesn’t matter where I am or what’s going on. I suddenly feel my fingers picking at the skin on my face.”

Source: www.bustle.com/articles/201261-why-i-cant-stop-picking-my-skin