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Have had alopecia for four years and would like to consider dating again. I am afraid of what someone would say about the whole hair thing.
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Alopecia areata
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Posted on January 4, 2009 at 5:45pm 2 Comments

Once upon a time, I was a beatiful blond girl. Everything about me was based on my appearance, and of course mostly my blond hair. I was always told that I would have a husband, a house, blah blah blah because I was so pretty. I went to school, got a degree but no . . . my whole life was based on my appearance, mostly my gorgeous locks. Every time some one new met me, it was all about the blue eyes and blond hair...then it was gone.

When my hair left, my companion left, my life… Continue

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At 4:00am on December 6, 2009, charlene lewis said…
BTW........I think you are beautiful.......and your wig looks wonderful on you......remember it is a prt of you, not who you are!
At 3:59am on December 6, 2009, charlene lewis said…
I can understand your reluctance too start dating again., But who knows, that next one could be the one, who recognizes you for who you are, and not what you have on your head......I know its a real confidense shaker, but there are men who find women sexy with or without hair Charlee
At 12:21am on January 6, 2009, Lee said…
Hi your blonde blog...look at my pics...that used to be me too! I had great helped define me...but I think maybe that's why this happened. I think we have more to offer than our blonde hair ; ) Now I am wondering if I should go blonde again. What do you think? As far as dating, there are great guys out there who understand. I dont have a hair on my body, and I have a bf who s very supportive ; ) Maybe it was just time for a change for you. Stay strong!! ; )
At 11:57pm on December 27, 2008, Johnny Q said…
hello, I'm from Wyoming as well, new here and just wanted to say hello.
At 9:56pm on October 27, 2008, Craig said…
sorry, I thought you posted something about it. Thanks for getting back to me
At 8:30pm on October 27, 2008, Craig said…
hi there. can you please send me the info on the eybrow pencil? Thanks a lot!!!
At 11:07am on October 7, 2008, Donna Evans said…
Thanks for answering my blog. I do like that wig! It actually looks like my hair before it fell out. A little natural curle but not much. I will give the human hair wigs a better look.
At 11:46am on September 27, 2008, Dorothy said…
Thanks for your kind words. I am so lucky, this all started in the first year of my marriage. My hubby stuck with me even tho I tried like crazy to get him to leave, even packed his stuff a couple of times trying. I know it was so I could give myself permission to commit suicide. He never left, never. Always was and is supportive.

When I worked, I just never really talked about my alopecia with but just a few.

We do joke with in my little family, well they don't but I do make funny comments on occasion, things like "at least I don't have to worry about going gray". Truth is, I do, I worry that at some point in my life I am going to look rediculous NOT having gray hair, how stupid is that?

It is a horrible disease, it seems that I feel for every hair that fell away, there went a part of my femininity. I don't feel beautiful, I don't feel sexy, I simply don't feel, I am just a shell of a person who goes thru the motions of everyday life, trying hard not to feel, the pain of all this after 35+ yrs is still very raw sometimes.
At 2:08am on September 1, 2008, adriana said…
Hi Debbie,
It's hard to feel confidence in yourself, huh?
I have lost alot, I always had self esteem issues, but I would do anything to have my hair back and I would really enjoy it more, for sure!
I envy people when they brush their hair and pull it up, or just play with it.
The other day I went out wearing my scarf and what little hair I have left, some thin bangs, and a girl at the store surprised me saying," you are so pretty" It really made my day, it seemed so odd to hear that!
At 11:22pm on August 25, 2008, Cheryl, Co-founder said…
Hi Debbie, I wanted to welcome you to Alopecia World. I can honestly say that we are a great community here and I hope you enjoy the time you spend with us and we look forward to your input. Cheryl, co-founder


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