Where acceptance is all there is
I am fairly new to this website, but i have decided to try to reach out and answer some questions. I have had AA for 4 or five years. Started out very minimal and after some steroid injections from my dermatologist, it grew back fairly quickly. I had a few spots come and go and received steroid injections every month for about 6 months. It was all good ( only about one small spot) until i started my second year…
Hi, I live in Grand Junction, Co and am wondering if there are any ladies out there that live in my vicinity? I would love to start a hair loss support group where we meet in person to support each other. Hair loss can feel devastating....but it does get much better with acceptance and making peace with it. It would be so nice to meet other ladies that are going through this to have that mutual support and understanding. God bless you, Connie
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Has anyone tried the product Autoimmune-X by Dr. Ronald P. Drucker? Any success? Used the product as indicated for the appropriate length of time?? Curious if this is junk science.
This is my second blog on this site.Now I feel a bit better with all your support. Whenever I feel depressed about my alopecia condition, I am just visiting this site and read all the sad stories which are same as mine. Tears were rolling down my cheeks while I am writing this. Now I realized that I can't grow hair again and I should remain bald for this lifetime. It is more difficult to digest but I am setting up my brain that "this is what I am going to be for this lifetime".
I can help getting Xeljanz from Mexico. If interested let me know. Just got my 56 pill supply today.
It's way past my 9-5 working person's bedtime, so this may or may not be coherent. I just feel compelled to throw it out there rather than keep it rolling around between my ears.
I have a job that's nowhere near anything I went to school for. I was lucky to get it right before the financial crisis, it's done a lot of great things for me, and it's stable, but it's not the kind of thing I see myself doing forever (though the fact I've stayed in it the better part of 10 years would…Continue