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Saturday, January 21, 2023

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

22 comments:

  1. Biting my nails. Made up my mind to stop this year, so that my children would not copy. But I'm still doing it

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  2. Picking of the 👃
    Lol at shake it off by Taylor Swift

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  3. Playing with my ear lobe, the left one. Playing with my hair until it tangles and thereby cutting. Even if I plait my hair, I must look for a way to bring out few strands to play with.

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  4. Feeling drowsy after meal.
    When I eat the next thing na sleep, unless I fight it off.

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  5. Opening my mouth/bringing out my tongue

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    1. I don use my index finger tap my 1st son for mouth tire. He’s 13, and still doing this shit. He just gets lost a 5ft 6inches tall guy. (Pretty big for his age) American child. He ask me one day say dad, everytime u do that to me, because it hurts isn’t that abuse ? I say don’t worry I go buy ticket, take you to naija I won’t spank u, I will beat u and then bring u back here. When the word ahhh take comot for him mouth, he nor no.

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    2. That hurts biko. Why not just tell him. It is abusive.

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  6. Sucking my tongue 😥. Almost 40 o

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  7. None......by his grace as I age I leave all childhood habit behind.

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  8. TASTE BLISS CAKES AND PASTRIES21 January 2023 at 21:01

    I must make sure I finish the last drop of juice or hollandia yoghurt, I must bend it till everything comes out, sometimes I will cut the container open.

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    1. This is me and toothpaste. I will a new one oh but if I have not scraped the last paste I can possibly get out of the old one, I can never move on

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  9. Biting my nails....... Josaria

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  10. FYI.
    “ Trichotillomania (trik-o-til-o-MAY-nee-uh), also called hair-pulling disorder, is a mental disorder that involves recurrent, irresistible urges to pull out the hair”

    “ Onychophagia, which often results in visible damage to fingernails, cuticles, and the surrounding skin, may occur on its own or may co-occur with other body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), such as hair pulling (trichotillomania) or skin picking (excoriation disorder). Symptoms of onychophagia are both psychological and physical. In addition to a compulsive urge to bite their nails, people who chronically bite their nails may experience:
    distressful feelings of unease or tension prior to biting, feelings of relief or even pleasure after biting”

    “ The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, categorizes chronic nail biting as other specified obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), classified in the same group as compulsive lip biting, nose picking, and hair pulling (American Psychiatric Association, 2013).Sep 17, 2020”

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