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    My hair fell out after my first term at uni ( I think due to stress and genetics) and so I came back after the Christmas holidays wearing wigs full time.

    I decided to tell my friends as I didn't want them asking, and tbh no one has treated me any differently ! They refer to my wig as my 'hair' and enable me to feel like I'm still a normal person.

    But I fear they they must be judging me from behind my back
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    My hair fell out after my first term at uni ( I think due to stress and genetics) and so I came back after the Christmas holidays wearing wigs full time.

    I decided to tell my friends as I didn't want them asking, and tbh no one has treated me any differently ! They refer to my wig as my 'hair' and enable me to feel like I'm still a normal person.

    But I fear they they must be judging me from behind my back
    They aren't friends If they are judging you but it sounds like they are not
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    I went to school with a girl who had alopecia (aka her hair would fall out). She used to wear wigs all the time and I honestly wouldn't have been able to tell that they were wigs without knowing she had alopecia. I used to think it was quite cool, in fact a lot of people envied her because her 'hair' always looked so perfect and stayed in perfect position and if ever she got bored of her look she could just change the wig and wala!

    Take pride in it!


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    It wouldn't bother me and I'd probably forget tbh
 
 
 
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