» » I have never said balding does not affect men or women, I am saying,
» » there is no cure, and the cures out there are anywhere from expensive
» » downright disfiguring, if left in the wrong hands
» » the consensus on this board is that, if you are bald you are a loser,
» » you have no chance with women, so our only hope is to hold out for HM ,
» » you guys sit around trying to predict is it going to be out next year,
» » it, is it, is it???
» » That is an absurd attitude
» » yes hair loss sucks, we have all gotten pissed and had the why me
» » attitude, but the next question is, lets just assume that HM or some
» » miracle savior does not come to our rescue, Then what?
» » Suicide? a life of no hope, no women, no success? That seems to be the
» » attitude of many on the board, and I think that is a losers attitude.
» » all HATE OUR HAIRLOSS and we all would love to have all our hair back,
» » But that might just not happen EVER.
» » So what to do? Cry? Sit here holding out and hoping beyond reason, that
» » will save us? When it may NEVER come to market.
» » healthy skepticism about HM will not prevent its eventual release. If
» » is coming it is coming, hell or high water. What I am trying to
» » to the board is a general overall attitude of …yes hair
» » but losing your hair is not the end of the world. Do you look better
» » hair than without? Sure. But life didnt hand us that hand of cards, it
» » handed us a half bald, balding hand, so what we do with it is our
» » My Choice is to accept my hair and try sure, to find a regimen to
» » it. But I sure as hell am not going to sit here waiting like some sap
» » some treatment that may never come, and then be devastated when it
» » arrives.
» » To me that seems like it is the fate that awaits most of the HM board
» » members.
» I agree. Just because one is losing their hair does not mean they can’t
» lead a full life, or at least try to. But its not “absurd” to be
» interested in the latest treatment news, nor discuss promising
» developments. Anyone suffering from anything is perfectly in the right
» and normal to want to learn more about their affliction.
i am interested sure, in HM if or when it becomes viable, or certainly hopefully affordable. but there seems to be an over abundance of guys with blinders on who seem to think it will be out next year, or some such nonsense
there are plenty of guys on the board who have been here since the late 90s when everyone was SURE it would be here within 5 yrs, and here it is 10 yrs later and we still have the same old predictions
If guys were at least more realistic in thinking, either it may NEVER be here, or it may not be what we hope it will be, etc, it would be more reasonable this board,
I guess being overly optomistic is not necessarily a good thing in some cases if you are hoping so badly that the treatment will be here next year
of course having suffered through hair loss a WEE bit longer than most of you , I can certainly sympathize with those who absolutely despise losing their hair
oh well I am over my devastation, since mine stabilized 10 yrs ago, and my front actually looks pretty good, the hairline, which is what most people see
I actually think most guys would be happy if they could be guaranteed to stop their hairloss where it is now, they could get used to that, as long as every year they didnt have less and less hair, we could adjust to that, I have