I know most of you are wondering why I did such a bold move… Well apart of PCOS, it can cause hair loss or thinning of the hair. So for the past 3 months I started noticing bald spots and I know the stress of what I’ve been going through for the past few months has contributed to my hair loss. After debating for so long I finally chopped it off! yup, that’s right. With the thanks of my husband for finishing the rest, I am now officially bald. Which is fine with me I needed a new start. As I go through my battle with PCOS I realize how much strength a person can have. As I grow the courage to walk out my house without a wig, I know that people will look at me or even make fun of me… which is fine, I’m used to it. But, at the end of the day I’m beautiful and I have such a loving support that the negativity has no room. I know I have a few people who thinks I’m doing this for attention, but I have no desire to please anyone but my family.
I’m not going to lie to you all, I’m scared of the judgement that people will have on me. We live in a world where you have to have long hair to be considered normal. But I know I can’t live for peoples approval, life is too short and I have to enjoy it regardless of what I look like. For my women out there, live to the fullest and shine beyond the expectations. We all are Queens remember that.So no , I am not having a Britney Spears moment nor am I seeking attention. I am just giving myself a fresh start as I face a long journey ahead of me. Thank you for the generous support and love during my turning points. Remember to love yourself.