I tried everything: wearing rubber gloves, hats and heavy hand cream.
Every day I feel a burning sensation on the top of my head and pulling offers the only relief.
But can you imagine having one in your early 20's and being a woman at that.
Yet she handled it so well that it was completely a non issue and I would have dated her in a New York second if she didn't already have a boyfriend.
now her head's covered with a silvery blonde cap of hair that's quite becoming ... personally, I think she's more beautiful than ever before! I'm another who has experienced chemo-induced baldness. I've met men who believe I'm sexy with the bald head. Well one day the prof announces some very bad news.
As I said she had many friends and her male baldness certainly did not hold her back one bit.
It appeared this strategy didn’t work and I made a mental note to switch these photos out with new ones taken in better light. I felt tremendous guilt for presenting this façade, especially when our introductory interaction centered on the one thing I hated most about myself: my hair.
As the date developed, the chemistry between us felt strong and he touched my knee in a casual fashion while we chatted and then moved his hands up to my hair (wig) as men do when playfully flirting. Couldn’t he say something such as “I like tall women?
Without mentioning trichotillomania, I told him I used to have longer hair and whipped out my phone to show him a photo from a few years ago of me with long, bottle-blonde California sun-bleached hair—back when I only pulled out my hair in the back of my head, making it unnoticeable in photos.
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