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why hairloss affects you so much

Discussion in 'The Impact of Hair Loss' started by Guest, Feb 4, 2006.

  1. Guest

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    there are many people who dont have problems with their hairloss. i know some. i think people who are affected very much by hairloss are vain people, people who have already low self-confidence and people who have psychic problems.

    when my hairloss started i was every of that. i was vain, had low self-confidence and psychic problems. i hided my hairloss and i think most people didnt see that i had hairloss, some probably did. i was able to survive but not really able to live. my life was no life what you could call life. i just lived. there were happy times, but mostly not. and even when i look back to the happy times, i dont like to look at them because i had sh*t hair there which i hided. i hate myself for that, because i had a really stupid hair style because it was just to hide the hairloss. i dont like looking at these times just because of my hair even if i know i was happy in these times. tho i think, i wouldnt have been so happy if i hadnt hid the hairloss.

    now, all is better. my hair is however the same it was 2 years ago. but now i use toppik in it and it looks like normal hair now when i do it right. that makes me happy. its as if i had real hair again, tho its fake. but i dont care. better have fake hair than sh*t hair. and its no wig what im talking about.
    i think toppik makes fake hair, no way, but you cant compare it to a wig or something.

    im wondering what people think about someone who uses toppik? noone i know knows. i dont tell them. but i want to know what would they think about me if they knew? would they see me different? and act different to me?

    please tell me what you think!
     
  2. Uni Student

    Uni Student Established Member

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    I know 3 guys from Uni last year.

    All 3 of them suffering hair loss in different stages and all of them not showing signs of caring. They have plenty of confidence and don't let hair loss affect them. Goes to show theres plenty of people out there who will not bother to try and stop their hair loss as its not that important to them.
     
  3. Aplunk1

    Aplunk1 Senior Member

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    I can reasonably say that I fucked up my life as a result of the impact of hairloss.
     
  4. hairwegoagain

    hairwegoagain Senior Member

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    Plunker, man.... maybe you messed up some things, who hasn't? You have not, I repeat have NOT, fucked up your life. You have most of it in front of you. Learn from your mistakes and forge ahead. That's what we all have to do, whether it's baldness or something really important.


     
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    I don't particularly care for your judgements about other hair loss sufferers. If you want to know what I think, then I think you are still a "vain" person with "psychic problems" and "low self-confidence." Case in point: The fact that toppik concealer is the thing that restores your confidence -- and not something internal -- actually proves this. You're no different from me, or any other hair loss sufferer; and you're no diffferent than you were before.
     
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    Thanks hairwegoagain,
    I just wish some of my loved ones would actually tell me that.
     
  7. baldguy28

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    In my case, it has affected me so much because it basically robs you of the quality of life that most people get to live. It doesn't cause physical harm but it causes mental turmoil. The hardest part is that people just will never really view you completely the same as when you had hair again, especially women. Whether they care to admit it or not, hair is HUGELY IMPORTANT to women in terms of attraction. I can't count how many times I have heard women at work etc comment on hair almost every day. Whether it be their hair, a man's hair or whatever and you had better believe that it plays a HUGE part in attraction and having a sex life. I know because I'm a 29 year old virgin and I've been losing my hair since 21. I've tried several different methods until I finally tried shaving my head but unfortunately I can't pull off the shaved look well even though I'm very built. I've heard the saying "take away my hair, take away my life" before and I believe that largely to be true. Hairloss may not physically kill you but it kills you mentally and unless you have the head shape/face structure to pull off the bald look or you're rich, you may as well forget dating decent women. You will also have to deal with many people acting like they are too good for you because they know that they have "one up" on you and you will even hear "loser" comments a lot more often. Millions of men are losing their hair but that still doesn't make going through it any easier. Going bald is a b*tch, make no mistake about it.
     
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    Come to Vegas, man. If anything, get laid here!
     
  9. baldguy28

    baldguy28 Established Member

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    Anyone can get laid if they pay for it. I want to get laid without having to pay for it. I want a woman to be attracted to me for the person that I am and WANT to be with me without having to wave money at her.
     
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    Well, that's definitely the way to go. There's tons of girls here looking for fun, that's all.
     
  11. Guest

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    if you re bald then get some muscels. the new lover of gisele bundchen is bald, but he has muscles. maybe that s why he got her. and when you have muscles , show them to the girls. they will love you. and act confident and cocky. then you will get laid. i mean, who doesnt want to have gisele bundchen? and a bald guy got her!

    i hope this advice helps you.
     
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    I know a guy who was really balding on top. Personally I thought he looked kind of dorky, not because of his baldness though. And he was able to meet and date a few women he met online through a match making service. Which means he had to have submitted a pic of himself online. And I personally saw one of the girls he dated and she was pretty hot, though she turned out to be a psycho. But he got laid ! Now he's in a serious relationship with a woman he met online. By the way, he's thirty something. Have hope. There are women out there who are looking and they're not all superficial.




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