Jack Kelly
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  • North Falmouth, MA
  • United States

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I don't know what i expect from this site but at this point I'm willing to try anything I have had AA since the age of 13 i had lost all my hair on my head and some of my eyebrows and beard. at the time there wasn't much known about it and the teachers didn't know how to handle the teasing and what not so i choose to leave high school and explore education elsewhere at the age of 18 all the hair had grown back and never had a hint of it again until i turned 26 and slowly patches have formed again and have progressed and now I'm 28 .. i spend most my days hiding it. I haven't told many friends only close family i just don't know how to explain it to people i guess.

other than that i love sports, play music often i was a tattoo artist for a few years and then i toured the United States with my band a few times and now I'm really just laying low and managing a local business. its nothing crazy but it pays the bills and im able to work on getting better
Do you have alopecia?
Alopecia areata
Are you age 18 or older?
Yes - I am 18 or older

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Posted on February 15, 2012 at 5:34pm 1 Comment

rather excited that i stumbled on this site i have been struggling with my AA for awhile now. nice to see people coping with it! i have actually only met one other person with alopecia. a young boy who was a fan of my band. hearing his story was really grounding for me. made me understand im not alone in what im going through. his strength really was inspiring. well i hope to meet many more people and get some support and hopefully give some in the process!

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At 10:54pm on October 8, 2015, JeffreySF said…

HI Jack,

Stopped in to say hello.

How are things going with you?


At 8:08am on May 14, 2012, Jennah said…

Hey Jack :) how are you going? I totally know what you mean about not knowing how the explain your condition to people. I find it hard to explain it to people. Especially as sometimes I wear wigs and sometimes not. I can hide the hairloss patched sometimes, but other times I feel uncomfortable and better wearing wigs. I find I am often trying to explain it to people seeing as my hair is always different..which sometimes can be so annoying.

I am booking in to get a new tattoo tomorrow actually. I am getting fortune favours the brave on the underside of my arm alongside the star I have on my wrist. I can't wait to get another and the next will be a fantail bird on my back.

How many do you have ?:)

At 4:24am on March 31, 2012, thinlizzyfairy said…

im not too shabby ta :) you were a tattoo artist - ive always wanted to give that a go! is it hard? x

At 7:24pm on March 30, 2012, thinlizzyfairy said…

hellooooooo jack kelly! :) x

At 3:29pm on March 21, 2012, Sandra said…

I love your attitude.

At 4:09pm on February 27, 2012, Jessica said…

You should know that you look like 80% of the male hipster population of Montreal. Don't ever think people are looking at you for the wrong reason because you are all kinds of handsome. xox

At 11:26pm on February 16, 2012, Jennah said…

Hi there! Thanks for the add :)

It really sucks having hair issues doesn't It.

I am finding it hard also.

You were a tattoo artist that is awesome!

I am going to get butterflies up my back to signify my struggle with alopecia and myn road to acceptance - which is a road I have only recently begun. I hope to get my first butterfly shortly.


At 10:33pm on February 16, 2012, Sarah said…

Hi Jack- thanks for sharing your experiences with us all. There are few good days when dealing with losing a part of yourself, so I focus on the 'less bad days'. Sometimes, I see that people get their first experience with this as a child, how difficult it would be growing up listening to other cruel children making fun. It looks like you have a lot of fun in your life now though, and I hear ya about the thick dark hair... I want to shave mine to the skin, but it already hurts... can only imagine what that would be like. I see so many people look at me now thinking I have a disease, and you know what... I feel like I do now. Society can play tricks, and it doesn't feel good at all... it depletes you from the inside out even if you try not to let it. Try to stay strong in the days to come. :-) -Sarah

At 9:55pm on February 15, 2012, JeffreySF said…

Hi Jack,
Welcome to Alopecia World.

At 8:55pm on February 15, 2012, JacquelineMarie said…

Hi Jack :) Thanks for the friend add. How are you? :)



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