Freedom is one of the greatest privileges we have in our country, and when we stand for the national anthem, we honor those who fought for that freedom. We honor them by standing, placing our right hand over our heart, and removing our cap if we are wearing one.You may be wondering what hair loss has to do with the National Anthem, but for some people, its a big deal.
We just completed a consultation with Mike who is 25 years old, married with one child, has a great job, but doesnt have a full head of hair. His struggle with hair loss has been controlling his life and has forced him to skippublic events. He will find reasons not to go to weddings and he is not comfortable going to church. He loves to attend basketball games with his son, but breaks into a sweat when asked to remove his cap for the National Anthem. He will either sit in the top row of the bleachers or will go to the restroom during the anthem.
This may sound extreme to some of you, but we hear these stories all the time. When Mike and I first starting talking he was uncomfortable because he thought he was the only person who struggled with hair loss. After getting to know Mike in a private setting he started to open up and share his hopes and expectations with me.
His dream was to have a full head of hair that would make him look his age and give him the self- confidence he once had. He wanted to have a hairstyle that was easy to maintain and allow him to live his active life with his family.
Don’t let your hair loss keep you from attending public events. Call Christoffels today and schedule your free private consultation (605) 412-2098