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My Hair is Fake, My boobs are Fake, I have wrinkles, I'm sucking my stomach in and 40 is just around the corner

Posted on November 15 2018

My hair is fake, my boobs are fake, I have a few wrinkles under my eyes & I’m sucking my stomach in because being self conscious and feeling bad about yourself is a thing (for ALL of us) I struggle w myself like hell sometimes & 40 is practically around the corner.
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This will be a 3 part post touching base on each topic & helping women learn to cope, accept & deal with the things that make us crazy inside and sometimes we feel so out of whack, an emotional wreck and afraid to talk about it. I am so FAR from perfect & struggle with my own demons all the time.
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Topic #1: “ Most of my real hair has fallen out”.
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As women we often identify ourselves w how we look on the outside & attached to things that make us feel like a woman, pretty, beautiful like our hair, the size of our chest (mine was FLAT Like a 10 yr old little girl) or the flat tummy and flawless face
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Last Nov half my hair fell out ... straight panic, literally every day for 3 months straight it consumed me...I hated even looking at myself in the mirror or afraid to brush my hair for fear of seeing more clumps of hair/ afraid of going bald. When you’ve finally learned to accept it & stop giving it attn. after trying to figure out why with out an answer, it strikes again! A month or so ago I lost another half of what I had left and it left me stressed, self conscious anxiety ridden. I started accepting a little faster this time (silver lining here) and searching for pretty head wraps lol.
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I constantly practice Self love & owning all that I am every damn day, but I needed “out of sight out of mind” peace of mind for my own sanity and save divorce from my fiancé before we even got married because it was all consuming 😂 right @jasoncrawford.inov8 ?
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My amazing friend gave me someone else’s hair & it was the best thing for “me” at the time.
It’s still in the back of my mind, but finally learning to not let it consume me and realize that “MY hair doesn’t define ME”, change who I am or what I’m here to be. I CHOOSE to accept and work WITH what the universe has given me (or in this case taken lol) & understand that this happened FOR me.
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