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|A little about me:||I am the mother of a beautiful little girl who is 8 years old. She was just recently diagnosised with alopecia areata|
|Hey guys, just another reminder to check on your discussion posts! I haven't received any replies. :) Have a good day.
|Hug her. Hug her. Hug her. Ask her if she has ideas for what she wants to do about it. Explain to her that there are options. Ask her if she wants to sit and look at research with you... The big thing is to know what she wants from you. Remember, sometimes, they will want to be left alone. Sometimes they will be clingy and need to be held. I can tell you right now that I have gone through so many different stages with this... It depends on the day. Also, whatever you do, don't broadcast it. If she doesn't want to talk to other people about it, then don't bring it up. Let her get comfortable with people asking questions or talking to her about it. Keep her educated, and support her. Just be there for her.
|Hello, members. Remember to check on your posts! I have recently become a leader of the Alopecia Group and I have been responding to some posts without and replies. Don't hesitate to send me a personal message if you'd like. I'm pretty open about everything I have been through and I am more than happy to help you out when I can whether it's advice or if you just need someone to bounce your thoughts off of. I know how important that can be. Anyway, keep your chins up and remember that this disease does NOT define you. We are all beautiful. With OR without hair! :D
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