Haircut Anxiety?




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Haircut Anxiety?

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  1. I actually find getting a new hair change in the middle of a breakup pretty healthy for me because it keeps me from getting even more depressed. Instead of thinking of the emotional pain I think about my new hair cut, and my new tattoo. I've went through those two changes recently and it's been helping.

  2. I get anxiety when I get haircuts because I’ve had too many instances where they take off way more than I wanted and my hair grows incredibly slow. For example, my hair was about 6 inches past my shoulders and I told the lady 2 inches just to get the dead ends off and she took a section and chopped off a good 8-9 inches.

  3. I just cut my own hair, since I don't trust other people with it. If I mess it up (which I haven't yet and I've been doing it for 7 years) oh well, I did it to myself and it was free. I have no one to blame or get upset with, and it's easier to laugh off.

  4. Is there anything you Docs can do to get Dr Travis (aka Dr Handsome) to look less puffy and weary? What's happening with him? Are you guys working him to death or is it medical/nutritional/sleep deprivation? Or is he hitting the dreaded "burn-out" wall. Please save Dr Handsome! I want to continue to see his handsome face and not this puffy creature.

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