If you read my previous post, you would know I was born and raised in a Islamic country with mandatory scarf from government, so I used to be pretty natural like other girls with my wig and scarf on it, tattoo brows and fake lashes. As I told, heavy make up for girls in very common and most of the girls and women in the street, shops, university and everywhere have very heavy make up so I was very natural.

When I was 19, very young! I met a guy at university and we talked together, after a while he suggested me to talk about serious things in the life and think about marriage, I was shocked and I didn't think about marriage at all. One day I talked to my mum and she told me:" you are so young and you shouldn't think about marriage now, you need to wait till at least 28 to find a mature guy who understand your situation, you are a bit different and a lot of guy may reject you", I was very upset, very very, and stopped thinking about that guy and marriage, I asked him to finish his friendship with me and I started to study more and more.

That guy didn't know anything about my Alopecia and our friendship at that time was just email, online chat and talking together just in the university. So he came to me and asked me to come to my place and talk with my parents. When he talked to my mum, my mum ( she is really wise woman) , she really liked him. Then we didn't hear anything from that guy for a week and after a week my mum told me : "Sabina, that day which he came to our place and talked me, I(my mum) called him  and told him about your Alopecia, I told him you will have one week time to think about it and decide whether you still want to stay with Sabina, also please talk to your parents cause their acceptance is somehow important for you and Sabina", that guy had thought about my Alopecia for a whole week as my mum had asked him, so he had called my mum and he had told my mum : " I love Sabina for herself, so her Alopecia is not that much important for me to affect my love and my choice"

later my mum told me about that conversation and that was the most touching thing which I have ever heard! I believed his love and we started having serious relationship and then marriage and hopefully we are very happy after 7 years. He is amazing and we love together very very much. I think he loves me for who I really am.

Sometimes I feel a bit sad cause he is disadvantaged from wife's beautiful hair, everybody knows hair is beautiful, lashes make every eye more beautiful, and brows too, but thinking about these things wouldn't solve any problem and also I have many advantages that other girls don't have, like every human which is unique with some bad and good points.

I just told you my story to tell the single women and girls with Alopecia to be confident, you would have the chance to have a more long-headed and wiser mate, a guy who will loves you for who you really are.

Also I think Alopecia helps us to think more about ourselves and other people, about that little hair which make a big difference in appearance, maybe if we didn't have Alopecia, we were more selfish, less kind, less deep thinker and ...

Enjoy you life and who you really are.

Don't think about the problems which you don't have the power to solve them.

Sabina xoxo

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Comment by Debs on January 20, 2014 at 1:55am
Dear Sabina, thank you so much for sharing with us your life story it is very kind of you to do this and yes it does give confidence to me ...xxxx
Comment by Jane on January 22, 2014 at 2:39pm
Dear Sabina, it is so very touching to read your story and to hear of your wonderful husband and the happiness you share together. It is helpful for others to read this , thank you warmest wishes xx
Comment by Lilac on January 27, 2014 at 9:44pm

Thank you so much for sharing your story. It gives me hope now! 

Comment by Pat on January 28, 2014 at 9:42pm

A very touching story...thanks for sharing that with us.


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