Time and change

So often we think of the time and what would happen if times changed.  When time brings about a change we are seldom, if ever, ready to receive the change(s) it brings.

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HAIR LOSS

HAIR LOSS

Hair loss is frightening, and dealing with it can lead to stress, panicky decisions, humiliation and depression. Barry Fletcher, a hair-care expert, factors everything from health to lifestyle to hairstyle to help determine your risk of hair loss. If you answer “yes” to two or more of these hair stripping culprit questions presented, give your hair, scalp and body an extra dose of TLC to prevent fallout.

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Combing the history of black hair

Combing the history of black hair

By Karsten Ivey / South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Today the black hair product business is a billion-dollar industry, fueled by black women's desire to keep their tresses looking good. But hair in black America is not just about aesthetics. It's about self-esteem, identity, politics, economics, history and race.

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WANT TO KNOW ABOUT HAIR LOSS?

Hair Culture: Changing Ideas About Hair Loss

From About.com

Updated: June 8, 2005

About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by our Medical Review Board

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1. Hair Science

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21st RUMBLINGS FROM A 73 YEAR OLD HAIRDRESSER

21st RUMBLINGS FROM A 73 YEAR OLD HAIRDRESSER

Subtitle: A Strange Hair Love Affair

One day while working my butt off for the Post Office I happened to look up to see those little peep holes they have near the ceiling of each floor in the U.S. POST OFFICE.

I became so damn angry gazing up at those tiny little holes that I made a determined decision to quite the job that day. I decided I wanted to have Freedom from Observation on the job. It was like I was on a plantation or in a jailhouse. I said to myself I want FREEDOM TO DO MY OWN THING!

Making that decision created two strains of thought too. One was the joy of setting myself in the mind frame to become free and independent of a boss. The second was the fear of the possibility of failure. Torn between two strong emotions, I knew I had to work harder for myself than I had for Massa, and the US NAVY.

That night coming home to my little loving family, I felt even more uncertain. You see I made this decision on my own without the consent or agreement of my wife or any other family members. After all how were the three children going to eat. How were the bills to be paid? What about their needs and not just mine?

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