I'll help you find the perfect fidgets to keep your hands busy and not participating in your BFRB.
These disorders are harder to recover from than a heroine addiction that doesn't kill you. Many body focussed repetitive behaviors have a deep root in the sensory system and busy hands cannot pick or pull. Think " idle hands are the devil's playground". I'm not religious but this quote really sticks with me when it comes to my dermatillomania ( the skin picking disorder) BFRBs also include hair pulling, nail biting, skin chewing, nose picking etc. Obviously there are innocent amounts of these habits and amounts that seriously affect your life.
Tell me some things your sensory system likes and I'll scour the internet and Amazon for items you can use top keep your hands busy
Fidget can be almost anything from those kush balls to thimbles, silly putty, slinkys, and so much more!
Training & Qualifications
A constant fidgeter and currently working through my own BFRB disorder.
I've been in group therapy program for this disorder for over a year and while I still have much work to do, I've made significant progress.
Availability & Preferences
Nicole Gunderson Roberts wrote a recommendation for Taryn Pilius
Taryn is very sweet and incredibly passionate about yoga. She has devoted a significant amount of her time to further her skills and it shows!!
About Taryn Pilius
Taryn is an intuitive and patient teacher who takes care with each student as an individual. Her patience and warmth creates an atmosphere that helps even the most inflexible or inexperienced feel tru...ly comfortable in the poses. With yoga, she has found a way to bring a deeper connection between her body and mind that contains the sanity to overcome the individual difficulties that come with living life. Students in Taryn’s class will see that her focus is on slowing down and connecting with their bodies through breath, and sharing the joy of learning to enjoy and observe every moment and movement without judgment. In this way we may take the lessons learned on the mat out into our lives, bringing balance and peace with us as we face our own challenges. When not teaching yoga, Taryn may be found hiking around Austin with her incredible dog, Leela, cooking up some amazing vegan marshmallow cookies, or experimenting in her garden. She has 200 RYT through Yoga Yoga in Hatha flow and Vinyasa yoga. She's also working on continuing her education with children's yoga teacher training and trauma informed yoga teacher training this year and will continue over the years to come. A friend of mine wrote this lovely bio for my yoga website. I also love to garden and work on kitchen experiments like nut milk cheeses and kombucha.show moreOpen to other proposals
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