Seeking honest TV guest with hair loss

SEEKING HONEST TELEVISION GUESTS
Hi There!
As many of you may know, I have Alopecia for many years and have been consulting women with medical hair loss and designing wigs for 20 years. I stay committed to bringing peace of mind to all men and women experiencing the effects of hair loss.
In continuing my intention, I am working with a wonderful producer from a national talk show in hopes to spread awareness about women’s hair loss and help women work to overcome obstacles that may come with it in many areas of their lives.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR WOMEN IN THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS:
A couple having a hard time accepting hair loss NOTE:: We are seeking only an authentic experience in this segment, not a rehearsed one please
A woman having challenges with keeping her hair loss a secret while dating and seeking ways to be more comfortable. In this process, we would cover many issues:
  • What to tell your partner until you are ready to share your secret
  • When is the right time to share your secret
  • The best ways to approach this to your partner and how to share their secret safely
A couple or family whose relationship has changed due to hair loss
A woman who recently experienced hair loss and is looking for a transformation from the inside out
A woman who doesn’t know how to tell their significant other they wear a wig
A family member having difficulty accepting their sister or mother’s hair loss
If you are interested in chatting with me and sharing your story, please send me an e-mail and we can speak further!
lifewithhairloss@gmail.com
Thanks so much!
Amy Gibson

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Comment by dreamscometrue on December 15, 2021 at 7:23pm

I think most people in any of these situations, as uncomfortable as they all are, would be that comfortable sharing stories like this on national TV.  Secrets are secrets for a reason, and this disorder can feel very humiliating to many of us afflicted with it, let alone blasting it to the world.  I think the best thing is to get someone who is comfortable sharing their alopecia story no matter what situation they are in, because chances are that person would be authentic enough to go on national TV.

Comment by Amy Gibson on December 28, 2021 at 5:36pm

Thanks for your comment. I agree. However there are some who really have no issue sharing their story and want to get guidance and further help in the process while also having the opportunity to help so many others who are not brave enough to go TV. It's hard to reach everyone in our community, there are so many of us. 

Comment by JeffreySF on January 5, 2022 at 2:07am

Hi Amy,

I am a male, but interested in your idea. 

I have had complete hairless due to AU since 2007. You can view my page here at AW.

I have  accepted of my disease. Thanks to www.naaf.org

Best wishes and hope to all!

Jeff

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