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03/21/2009 10:45 AM

hair dying

tw12357
tw12357Posts: 277
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Does anyone else dye their hair when hypomanic or irritable? I just died my hair from blond to red again because I was irritable and things weren't going my way. I guess its a fairly harmless way of dealing with stress.
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03/21/2009 10:51 AM
sasshley

i chop my hair off when i am hypomanic. i just can't stand how it feels on my head.

03/21/2009 10:59 AM
Flaco73
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I shave my head once a year, but it is usually when i am depressed.

03/21/2009 11:15 AM
taurus
taurusPosts: 2893
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I get my hair weave with blonde and a darker blonde and get it trimmed every 2 months. I have grey hair so I had to do something. I love going to the salon it makes me feel special.

03/21/2009 11:21 AM
JennyT

I've had moments where I'm manic when I decide to either chop off or dye my hair. Fortunately, I'm usually easily distracted, so I change paths fairly quickly. I have gotten some nice hair cuts out of it, though.

03/21/2009 12:16 PM
jen0919

Yep, I've chopped my hair off & dyed it different colors when I was manic. Not any time recently though, as I have had fairly short hair for years now & can't chop it much shorter!

Jen


03/22/2009 12:36 AM
mem9881

I do this all the time. I actually just dyed my hair 2 days ago =)

I've been taking the scissors to my hair and dying it since I was about 13?

When I'm hypomanic I start thinking/stressing that I'm ugly and constantly cry while trying to get dolled up.. which leads to me changing my hair.


03/22/2009 02:56 AM
Darknessiss
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I cut my hair very short and sometimes I dye it black.

Maybe someday I will bleach it blond and then shave it really short IDK.

-Dark

Devil

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