well i know that i am not the only one so here i go. taking a bullet for the team. I am a 21 year old female and i have a really bad habit of picking my nose. ive had this since i was little and i really want to stop because it is embarrassing, i have a perforated septum and also a deviated septum... my doctor said my life long dream of digging for gold could be the cause. im to go see a specialist w/in a few months but i am afraid that if i get corrective surgery, ill just pick the habit right back up from where i left off and it will ruin the correction. ive tried pretty much everything to stop but i just cant i need some advice please because i dont want an empty nose. it is a very disgusting habit that i am ashamed of and really need to kick.. please any advice for me and for others alike helps !
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