In my last post (October of 2013 -sheesh it’s May of 2014 already – how did that happen?) I remarked on how fast time is going by. Well…now it just shifted into warp speed!
Boldly Bald Women. It’s written. It’s published. It’s an Amazon Best Seller. It has five star reviews. But none of that is worth anything if I can’t figure out a way to connect with more of the people who would benefit from reading it. Who are they? Women struggling with the emotional and social impacts of hair loss. Women with alopecia areata. Women with cancer undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Women and little girls with tricotillomania. Hormonal imbalances from malfunctioning thyroid glands and pregnancy. The families, friends, church members,teachers, classmates, employers, co-workers, doctors, therapists, anyone who knows a woman in any stage of hair loss for any reason or knows someone who knows of one.Continue Reading