Yes it sparked lots of questions but it also took a very interesting turn and taught me a very deep lesson or two, self-love and self-expression.
A reflection of my journey, a bald girl in the dating world. Some time ago I shaved my head and started living my life as a bald woman with Alopecia. Over here in my bubble I assumed I was no longer feminine, I felt ugly.
I looked in the mirror and was mortified at what was looking back at me, I no longer knew who I was.
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But now I have someone care about me and look out for my well being as much as I do for her — this is much more than we both hoped for!This would have a huge impact on my dating life, for someone reasonably successful at dating I was done for, or was I?Now this got me thinking, this could stop my life and it seriously could.The image I had known as “me” for as long as I can remember was gone and something very different, something very confronting stared back at me.When I went out to bars and clubs, men and women stared at me, in fact whenever I left the house people stared at me.I am an optimistic, happy, kind and easy-going woman.