It’s Awareness week for those who are suffering with BFRB’s. If you know someone who is suffering, please let them know they are not alone. 2 out of 50 people have a BFRB, but 50 out of 50 people struggle with feelings of sadness and low self-esteem; we all conceal parts of ourselves from others.”
At least 2-3 out of 50 people have a BFRB, but 50 out of 50 people struggle with feelings of sadness and low self-esteem; feelings often exacerbated by BFRB disorders. Though there is not yet a cure for BFRBs, the shame created by these disorders is curable through raising awareness and empowering those with BFRBs to find support and community.