Note: Dee, thanks for your posted photos ... brilliant ... this is what clients WANT to see! SUCCESS! Now back to my post:
My impatience with clients that are expressing and experiencing gratuitous anguish about their unwanted hair is legendary … yeah, I know that! (And, mostly females, by the way.)
You have to remember that unwanted hair is GOING to be gone forever, so this is more or less an inconvenience.
Guess what? People in public are NOT looking at your “closely shaved” chin hairs. People are mostly concerned about what THEY look like in this “me-first society.” They aren’t even looking at you, trust me!
In the wider scheme of things, if it’s only unwanted hair that’s “ruining your life?” Well, consider the possibilities. By the way yes, I “go there too.” And, I'm "sharring" my own silly behavior here ...
I was telling Dr. Chapple that I was a depressed about this horrible appearance. He reminded me that this cancer is not fatal and mainly a nuisance. In a year it will be unnoticeable.
The doc had me talk to another patient yesterday: a young man (37) with melanoma that has spread to his liver. In most of these cases, this is not survivable. The guy is 37 and I’m almost 70! I wish I could change places with the guy, and I would too: I’m old and washed-up. (Chapple did large skin grafts on his leg.)
Anyway, the photo I’m presenting today is my skin graft (this morning). Think about going out in public with this sucker! I’m going to do it … If people don't like it, that's their problem!
Now stop your complaining, get to the program and STICK TO IT. Don’t go back to tweezing because you have some silly social “event” to go to … all of these self-inflicted delays prolong the process.
(Yeah, I know I said I would not comment in this way again … but, I read a few more of the “suffering” comments … and, I HAD to share!) Remember: the suffering is OPTIONAL!