For those of you who have lost your hair, it can be very devastating, to say the least. As a rule, we want to look good. Looking good makes us feel good.
When I lost my hair the first time, my husband and mom bought me a good wig. At first, I was very self-conscious about it. We didn’t say anything to the girls about my wig. They walked past me a few times and one of them stopped, backed up, looked at me and said, “Mom, you’re not bald anymore.”
My first outing with my wig was to see my grandma in the nursing home. There, we sat together holding hands and laughing about us both in our wheelchairs and wearing our wigs.
Can you relate to this topic of hair loss? How have you managed to cope with this change? What would you say as words of encouragement to others experiencing this to help alleviate their self-consciousness and anxiety?Continue Reading →