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#BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma

Organized by The TLC Foundation for BFRB
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#BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
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#BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
#BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
#BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
#BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt

Buy a collectible #BFRBweek t-shirt and fund BFRB Awareness Outreach Campaigns!

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All funds raised will go directly to The TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors .
11 items sold
$120 raised
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
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  • #BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • #BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • #BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
  • #BFRBweek 2017: Let's End the Stigma Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - small
Organized by The TLC Foundation for BFRB

About this campaign

BFRBWeek is celebrated on the first week of October every year. During this week our community comes together to help end the isolation and shame caused by BFRBs through an awareness campaign. Your support will help us reach ONE MILLION people with social media advertising!

member_benefitspngThe TLC Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors is a donor-supported, nonprofit organization devoted to ending the suffering caused by hair pulling disorder, skin picking disorder, and related body-focused repetitive behaviors.

We take a comprehensive approach to our mission: creating a community of support for affected individuals; providing referrals to treatment specialists and resources; training professionals to recognize and treat BFRBs; and directing research into their causes, treatment, and prevention.

When TLC was founded in 1991 as the Trichotillomania Learning Center, hair pulling, skin picking, and related disorders were virtually unheard of. There were no educational resources, no support community, and no clinicians or researchers who were expert in this field. Thanks to the support of our community, over the past 25 years, hundreds of therapists have begun specializing in BFRB treatment. Skin picking disorder became a recognized disorder in the DSM-5, the comprehensive diagnostic mental health manual. Support groups have formed and thrived all over the U.S. and increasingly, around the world. Treatment approaches have improved greatly. Most crucially, millions of people have learned that they are not alone.

Your support of TLC funds the world's only large-scale, cutting-edge research to find cures for BFRBs, train therapists in effective BFRB treatment, and end the isolation of individuals and families affected by BFRBs. TLC Community Resources are funded by people like you giving what they can, to transform the lives of individuals and families affected by BFRBs.

Supporters

melissa wood 1 item

I have dermatillomania. I want to spread the word so people don't feel ashamed and embarrassed to seek help.

Elizabeth Grames 1 item

I have trichotillomania.

Marit Sletnes 1 item

I have trichotillomania, TLC has helped me a lot with educating myself about my bfrb, and I am actively trying to raise awareness among people in my own life.

Sarah Seifert 1 item

I have struggled with this since 8th grade. I am now going on 26. I felt so alone and weird until I found TLC's website. I want others to know what I know now. We are in this together.

Michelle Warren 1 item

BFRBs can cause its sufferers to feel so many negative emotions (isolation, shame, embarrassment, depression, anxiety, anger, and so many others). If you suffer from a BFRB, you are NOT alone!

Elena Piscitello-Storer 1 item + $10

Because I have suffered with BFRB’s for 30 years, & some people have been ignorant & cruel to me. So, if I can educate one person, by wearing this t-shirt, it would be fantastic!!! :)

Teri Skow 1 item
Anonymous 1 item

I have been dealing with trichotillomania since I was about 10 years old. Only within the past year or two(I'm 25) have I really accepted myself with this condition. I have spent many years feeling ashamed and isolated. However, not anymore!

Anonymous 1 item

I have trichotillomania.

Amy Waltch 1 item

I suffer from tricitillamania.

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