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Originally Posted by USAmma
Is he getting therapy? When my dd was doing her own habitual things, I tried to redirect to the trampoline, lifting heavy objects, or we took a music/dancing break. Baths also worked.
Originally Posted by mamarhu
My boy does the same, for a few weeks, then stops, then starts again I don't know if it starts with chapped lips. We found the candy flavored chapsticks helped - weird because it sounds like it would make you want to lick your lips more...I dunno. But if it is that his lip feels dry, so he licks, then it's wet so he wipes. Good luck!
Originally Posted by teachma
But when he's in a highly anxious state, it seems like nothing works. And now, it's become more of a habit, less closely tied to specific bouts of anxiety.
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