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Dating advice for men and women with hair loss

Dear friends, this blog has been gathering incredible momentum recently. Perhaps because we don't pretend we know it all but simply do our best to provide pointers to credible sources of information in a jungle of increasingly dubious resources. We also like to cover some lighthearted subjects from time to time as life can't be all work but no hair - I mean play - right? :)

One such hard-to-come-across subject is 'Dating advice for men or women experiencing hair loss'.  Well it's not that it's hard to find information, it's that the information available lacks in substance.

So let us try something different.  We will not tell you guys and girls how to go about dealing with hair loss and dating. Instead we invite all visitors to drop some golden nuggets of advice - whether you suffer from hair loss or not. Everybody is entitled to his/her advice - and everyone stands to benefit from it.

This may or may not work out. But don't be shy, a word or two won't hurt you - but others may feel comforted and even encouraged to live on - literally.


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