marrying a thick hair man turn to bald!!

@jcyap888 (721)
Philippines
January 29, 2008 8:34am CST
if you have marry a man with thick hair then after 10 years your man turn to bald. will you feel bad and left the man? will it still the same how you love him? or it will be lessen without a hair?
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13 responses
@dlkuku (1935)
• United States
29 Jan 08
If you really love someone then how much they have shouldn't matter, they are the same person with or without hair. My husband has a thick head of hair and I doubt very much if he would lose it, but if he did I wouldn't leave him over it.
@jcyap888 (721)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
oh thats nice of you! your a nice person for your husband!
@spoiled311 (5500)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
hi jcyap! i think that is an unfair thought. who would really think of such a cruel thing.? i mean would someone just marry for the hair? people marry for far better and weightier reasons than hair. baldness is not a reason to separate from one's spouse. that is so sad, if the only reason for serparation is that. take care and God bless!
@jcyap888 (721)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
yes i think your right, we marry a person not just for their outlook but the important is their personality, no matter how ugly is the person is! thanks spoiled
@SViswan (12051)
• India
30 Jan 08
Hair vs Bald - To have or not to have
No, I wouldn't....for me a person is more than their hair. And anyways, if I marry someone, we'll have a bond over the years and I probably wouldn't even notice that they are balding. I don't think love will be affected by a receding hairline. I'm sure most women agree with me on this one...I've never heard of a case where people have separated because one turned bald.
@joyce959 (1559)
• Philippines
30 Jan 08
We don't marry a person just for the hair or the personal appearance. We marry because of love, others just for security reasons, and others marry coz they were pre-arranged by parents. The appearance doesn't matter at all if you really love your partner. It's a shallow reason to leave a partner just because he turned bald. Some couples separate with their partners with valid reasons, but not as shallow as losing hair.
@youless (112003)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Jan 08
No, that's impossible for me to leave him because he becomes to bald. It's not his fault. Although the appearance is important, but our relationship is much more important. I pay attention to him than his hair. If I mind he is bald, then one day he can also mind I have wrinkles. I love him rather than his look.
• United States
30 Jan 08
That would be so incredibly shallow. Someone who would leave over that isn't worth being married too. Anyway, I don't think hair makes a huge difference in most people's appearance. I have a friend who is bald (he's only 24 years old too!), but is still really attractive. My husband keeps his hair very short, so I don't think going bald would make much of a difference. Sometimes when I see the hair-growth commercials, I think that some of the men look the same with or without hair.
@jennybianca (12912)
• Australia
30 Jan 08
When I married my husband he was already bold, which is fine by me.
@roniroxas (10560)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
my goodnes that is to low. when you love someone what he looks like does not really matters. i left my husband because he is a abusive man (but with lots of hair lol). for me it will not lessen just because of hair. bruce willis has no hair and he is sexy.
@secretbear (19448)
• Philippines
30 Jan 08
i wouldn't leave my husband just because he turned bald. that's a very shallow reason. and ridiculously absurd. i wouldn't even marry a man just because of his thick hair. there's a lot more to it than that. but if i ever liked a man just because of his hair, and he turned bald after 10 years, then i would just help him in getting his hair thick again. there are available treatments that can help bald men in getting their hair growing again. but if there's nothing we can do about it, then i'll just accept it and make fun of him everyday. LOL just kidding. ^__^;; or i'll just make him wear a wig. LOL
@cdparazo (5765)
• Philippines
30 Jan 08
I don't think that the man's hair has any bearing at all in ones relationship. What matter is the man's confidence on himself. If a man is confident and feels handsome despite his receding hair, then the woman in his life will also see him as much. It's when a man let his receding hair affect his personality that problem in the relationship come in. If i married a man with plenty of hair with love in my eyes and that man turned out to be the man that is really for me, I would still love that man more 10 years after with or without any hair.
@Nottie (52)
• Finland
30 Jan 08
To me it wouldn't matter if he was bald or not. It would change the way he looks a bit, but he would still be the same person. I wouldn't marry someone for looks only. We all change with age, some more and some less, but we still do.
@bagumbayan (2705)
• Philippines
30 Jan 08
Of course I will still love him if his hair will be less. I love him not because of his thick hair but because of him totally. If still we love each other and he is the same even he is bald then my love for him will not be less. Anyway bald look is the in thing nowadays. Wig is also a fad.
@tiffiny (872)
• United States
29 Jan 08
I would be sad to see the hair go. And his sexappeal would maybe go down but after ten years of being married I really don't think his hair loss would be the end of our relationship. My love for him wouldn't waver at all I would just miss his hair. He's still the same great guy that I married.