Where acceptance is all there is
I feel like everyone has an opinion more so those who do not have Alopecia, one person told me "I don't like you with wigs it doesn't look natural, so don't wear the wig, there's no reason to cover…Continue
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I guess I do get insecure about my alopecia. The stares that come with the bald patches. Instead of asking, people just stare. I wish they would just ask.
I don't mind sharing what I look like, patches and all. But with people I don't know; it can be a little intimidating. I rather wear my hat, wig, or scarf.
I took a picture of my head to see how it was and hikers.
I am looking to get to know either a nice man or a woman. Friendship is great and if it gets to be more than friendship that's fine, but, one step at a time. I am a very open and accepting individual, I don't judge. I am the kind of person that if it doesn't work or as a relationship I would love to remain friends.
I am honest and I hope you will be honest with me. I am here to listen and hope you'll listen to me.
First of all may I say "Ouch" when it comes to the injections in your head. I am going to a new dermatologist for the first time and am looking for other solutions besides getting shots in my head. As these were very painful it was the first and last time I will be getting injections in my head.
Any thoughts or suggestions on other treatments and or alternative treatments! Please get back to me! I would rather be bald than go through that…Continue
I wish there was a moment where all people with all types of Alopecia could unite, people who have a lot of hair, some hair, or no hair. To just be free to be us. To walk down a street, all of us, taking off our wigs, our hats, our scarves, whatever we have on, to show who we are and what we have, and for some it may be to show what we hide.
Whether you shave your head or not.
Our unique beauty, taking off our coverings would not be for other people or for eachother but, for…Continue