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    Posted: 27/January/2018 at 5:30pm
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Hello Sarah,

Yes I'm here but I may not be what you are seeking as I'm male  and I failed to upturn 54 years of total hair loss. Quite understandably many ladies seek like gender help, and possibly a miracle cure. 

But, in my favour, I am well familiar with severe personal trauma from my own and past patients' experiences, the multifarious  ensuant problems both related and unrelated to the trauma, and other things besides.  Also I am a qualified counsellor and clinical hypnotherapist albeit I no longer practise within those fields.  

Nowadays I am generally speaking happy to advise / support anyone by email free of charge.  I say 'anyone' as I noted other threads in the same vein. One thread I recall centred on whether one could be loved if bald. That thread particularly touched my heart as I went through that many years ago. No longer though  as the public expect old men to be bald and nowadays society is far more tolerant even though such may not appear to be the case if one has suffered cruelty!  Sadly sometimes insecure people attack the weak and vulnerable.    

Whilst some  advice can be of a general nature, we are all individuals perceiving and responding to situations differently, and accordingly what may amount to being good advice for one person may not be suitable for another.  Even practical advice as to whether or not wearing a wig is potentially beneficial.  So if anyone's advice seems inappropriate to you then reject it. There are many techniques for potentially improving matters.

If any reader thinks 'I've come across Ivan before' then likely you have but some years ago. But after forgetting both my handle and password I chose to re-register here.

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