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Girlfriend’s hung up on his thinning hair

Dear Abby: I am not sure how to handle my boyfriend’s hair loss. “Jasper” is 34, and I’m 23. We have been dating for two years and have a wonderful relationship. We are completely open to each other, and because of that, I feel backed into a corner regarding this subject. Although Jasper’s hair loss […]

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Posted on: May 22, 2008

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Dear Abby:

I am not sure how to handle my boyfriend’s hair loss. “Jasper” is 34, and I’m 23. We have been dating for two years and have a wonderful relationship. We are completely open to each other, and because of that, I feel backed into a corner regarding this subject.

Although Jasper’s hair loss is barely noticeable now, without some sort of plan it will probably take over in a few years.

Jasper is self-conscious about his thinning hair. I can tell he’s worried, but he doesn’t want to do anything about it. I care more about Jasper’s feelings than his hair, so I haven’t let him know how much it bothers me, although he asks me often.

His type of hair loss is treatable. I find him very attractive now, but I don’t know how I will feel when he’s bald, and I’m sort of cringing inside about it.

What should I do?

TIRED OF SITTING ON MY HANDS

Dear Tired:

Most women are not so fixated on “what’s on top” that they fail to value what’s underneath. While some hair loss is treatable, some is not. The kind that isn’t can be successfully treated with a hair transplant.

Whether Jasper is willing to endure the discomfort or the inconvenience is anyone’s guess. In fact, he might prefer to find a woman who is less hung up on hair than you.

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