I am a widowed 60 year young woman who has had alopecia since I was 5 years old. I have 2 wonderful son's, 2 wonderful daughters-in-law and 4 fabulous grandchildren.
I believe people with alopecia have a greater sense of intuitiveness about other people & life in general. We definitely have a good sense of humor because we have had to learn to laugh off things that may bother other people.
I am blessed in my "lack" because my needs are still met however I would be SUPER blessed to meet someone to share the rest of my life with. I am an optimistic and caring person.
I am only presently "coming out" to the world about my alopecia. Dang...it is about time! I hope all my fellow baldies are learning to love themselves for who they are and avoiding the pitfalls of comparisons.
I would love to make new friends and encourage as many as possible to FLY---First Love Yourself!!! =)
Hi Lisa! I am so sorry it took me these many months to respond to your wonderful note. It's because of our Kitchen of Nightmares remodel, which has stalled and we had to fire our contractor as well as ask for our $ back for our defective cabinets! Now are are having to start all over again. Anyway, I appreciate your note! Please let me know how things are going for you!
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