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I was tired, tired of hearing it all.

“It’s just hair”

“It will grow back”

Yes it is just hair and yes it grows back eventually but whilst it was falling out, it excited my Anxiety, and the stress and depression was the only thing growing. 670 more words


Learning to be kind

Watching the re-runs of Cold Feet ahead of a long-awaited new series starting has been quite enlightening.  I’ve realised how much I never really got it the first time around – I was at a different stage of life, I guess, and don’t think I was able to properly relate to some of the content back then.   793 more words


Alopecia Awareness Month

Nothing is a weakness, unless you make it one. Instead use your problems as a way to get stronger. -Mo B.

Baldness is Beauty. Heroes are those who are able to uplift others while fighting such tough battles, and still able to inspire others. 260 more words


Alopecia Q&A

Since my hair started to fall out and being diagnosed with alopecia, I have been asked many questions. Questions that to start with, I had no idea of the answer and to be honest, there are still some where I need to research the answer. 1,467 more words

Drug Used To Treat Blood, Marrow Disorders Can Also Treat Alopecia, Study Finds

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An amazing breakthrough was made in the treatment of hairloss on Thursday.

An FDA approved drug has succeeded in growing hair in nearly totally bald volunteers, and as CBS2’s Dr. 412 more words


"Hair is an accessory. Not a defining trait."

“Hair is just an accessory. Not a defining trait. I don’t have to have hair to be beautiful. My hair doesn’t justify who I am. Beauty comes from within. 56 more words


Day 42, No. 42. Isaac Hayes

HAIRCUT 100: Day 42, No. 42. Isaac Hayes (1942–2008): Soul man, singer/songwriter, actor, producer, voice artist, and one-time owner of the Memphis Sounds basketball team. Hayes came from a Tennessee sharecropper family; his mother died young and his father abandoned his kids, leaving them to be raised by their grandparents. 293 more words

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