Ok so this may seem petty but I would like to hear thoughts on this. I am one of those wacko women that has to have good hair. I don't obsess over it but I like my hair being done and in place. I have always, always gotten compliments on my hair and how it looks. Unfortunatly the style I wear requires quite a bit of product, which in turns means I don't a soft, flowing style. Nonetheless, I receive compliments on how it looks always. Here's my dilemma. My SO has made comments from time to time about how he's like me to grow it out and also wear it softer. A little background as well, I am the first blond he's ever been with. All his ex's were long dark haired women. I am blond with shorter hair. Now I have been told I would look good, going back to my darker natural color, but right now I am not wanting this. I have experimented with some low lights and in the past few months have tried to start growing it out, but I cannot keep doing this. I like the style I have and I can go with some low lights in it for now, but I prefer my hair life it is. Anyways over the weekend, I tried wearing my hair flat and down for my SO. I was miserable the whole day and could not stand how I looked, so Sunday I redid it and went back to my up-do. Well he made a comment and that started the tiff. I tried explaining to him that I feel bad when he makes comments about it. I explain to him,he met me and fell in love with me as I am. So why does he make the comments about me changing my hair and wanting it longer or darker? I told him this makes me feel like he doesn't accept me for how I am.
I would love to be able to grow it out, I would love my long hair back but the in between kills me and I just cant do it. Do you think I am being over sensitive when he makes the comments about my hair? Or am I right in thinking he's trying to change me and isn't accepting me for how I am and how he met me? trivial post, yes I know but this really upsets me and I need to know if I am over-reacting?
Answer by AnuMeha at 7:56 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by Kimedbs at 8:31 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by amber1330 at 9:04 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by CHarlan at 9:31 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by tootoobusy at 2:57 PM on Mar. 21, 2011
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