It's Hair Loss Support At Its Best
Everyday, I seem to find some way to blame myself and my own body for giving me alopecia at such a crucial time of my life. I hold on to too many things in my life and my hair loss is one of them.
One of the more challenging ideas to have with this is condition is dating. While I've recently, in the past year, got out of a long term relationship on mutual terms, I still can't help but think about her daily, wondering if this condition pushed me to a point of depression that affected myself and our relationship. I think it did.
Near the end of the relationship, we were more vocal with each other about how we were acting towards one another. Being less vocal in general was the main part of problem anyways.
She had said that my confidence had drastically decreased since she first met me (I had hair when we met) and that my attitude was increasing in rage and frustration, which was a huge turn off for her because why the hell wouldn't it be.
I know I'm venting on a random problem but everyday I'm not with her, I think of her and how much I could've prevented such turmoil in our relationship, just because my hair is gone and my confidence felt depleted.
My message is to tell others who may be going through the same thing or feel like they are on the verge of something relatable, remember that you are stronger than this condition. You have nothing to hide under the hat or beanie you may wear daily. Dont let it affect your romantic relationships because looking back on why my entire life fell apart at the drop of a dime, don't lose the ones who look past your condition for what you have to offer from your heart.