I have been experiencing a great amount of regrowth lately and have come to realize that after all my praying and wishing to have hair I don't really want it. I have lived my whole life without hair and it just seems alien for me to have long hair. I realized that I actually prefer being bald to having hair. I am actually scared to have hair. The idea of no longer being bald scares me. I do not want my hair to grow back in I want to stay the same.  I mean it is exactly what a lot of us have experienced with losing hair but the opposite, I will have to come to except myself again. So really I want you to think if you truly want hair, it may be just be me having had alopecia since the age of five, almost nine years now, but I do not want hair. I want to stay bald.

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Comment by Jessica Hoschouer on June 10, 2014 at 10:47pm

Aimee, I did not do anything different, and you I do think it was my praying and fasting.

Comment by Jessica Hoschouer on June 14, 2014 at 7:24pm

 Well, it was a religious fast. I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), Fasting in the LDS Church means to abstain from eating and drinking for at least two consecutive meals. During this time you focus on the spiritual by putting aside the temporal. Also, during your fast you can pray for a blessing that you want/need.

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