For those of us who are brave enough to ask, it is a question meant for someone else to answer; an assessment of our self-worth for someone else to determine. But beauty does not lie solely "in the eyes of the beholder," it lies in our own eyes.
When I was diagnosed with alopecia universalis at 16 years old and lost all of my hair, I was forced to confront my own perception of beauty and find my own path while facing adversity. After baring my head and living my life as a bald woman for over two decades, I've realized that beauty cannot not...
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