Does your hair ever hurt?

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I am a Mental Health Advocate for mental illness Stigma. In 2007, I created the "Living in Stigma" blog, with the purpose and anticipation of educating people about mental illness. Depression is part of this illness, which intertwines with those struggling with PTSD, chronic pain, and other invisible illnesses. I am a chronic migraine sufferer myself, and a sexual and emotional abuse survivor. My passions are writing, poetry, and art. All abuse Survivors are also Warriors.

3 thoughts on “Does your hair ever hurt?”

  1. I have cut off my hair twice now due to chronic migraine. I end up with a kind of pixie style. I can’t stand any tension on my hair from ponytails or headbands. Using a hairdryer is also out of the question. Wash, dry, and some product if I’m leaving the house. I miss my longer hair, and so does my hubby, but we do what we have to…


  2. Yes and I can’t stand it when that happens. Even the slightest movement of my hair it seems like there are thousands of pain sensors. Fortunately not that often


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