February 6th, 2014 by Chassin
Bald Girls Do Lunch is proud to announce a brand new blog – the Alopecia Support Network.
Much like everything we do, this new effort is dedicated to women with alopecia. We will be updating it weekly with information to help women cope, gain confidence and feel a sense of community.
So click on over and check out the latest at the Alopecia Support Network!
February 1st, 2014 by Chassin
Join Thea Chassin and meet women just like you at our Evanston lunch. Bravo Cucina Italiana has something for everyone. No advance ticket but you must RSVP by 2/7/14
January 18th, 2014 by Chassin
Easy as 1-2-3
1) See detail photos here:
2) Click DONATE button at BaldGirlsDoLunch.org
3) Donate $10 for one pair or $25 for 3. Don’t forget to include a memo telling us which pairs you want.(retail value $18)
Thank you for supporting BGDL. Earrings designed by Copper Diem (Visit etsy.com)
January 10th, 2014 by Chassin
EAT. TALK. CONNECT. GET INSPIRED. HEAR NEW IDEAS. HAVE FUN!
Join Thea Chassin, women with alopecia & friends less than an hour from Los Angeles or Irvine.
View Invitation: http://conta.cc/1lIWYuV
RSVP Required to firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.578.5332
January 1st, 2014 by Chassin
November 24th, 2013 by Chassin
Chill out from the holidays with Thea Chassin in Mechanisburg, PA – our first ever BGDL event in central Pennsylvania.
RSVP required for 6 pm dinner.
Dinner at Sophia’s at Walden with Thea’s presentation “The Future of Women with AA: How Does it Look?”
RSVP and INVITATION HERE: http://bitly.com/BGDinnerPA
“For someone like me, this is a dream come true,” said Anne Kennard of Harrisburg. “I’m thrilled to finally meet others like myself and share the strength that I have gained through this disease.”
November 11th, 2013 by Chassin
Could super-superficial jabber about celeb hairstyle changes be just the right opening to get your conversation started?
Changing a wig-wardrobe is not a one-size-fits-all situation for every woman with AA. At one end of the spectrum are those terrified of changing their look, simply due to fear of change and drawing attention to themselves. At the other end are people who justifiably require a consistent look for professional reasons. Yet, there’s a vast territory in between. Where are you on this spectrum? Are you doing what you want on your own terms?
November 6th, 2013 by Chassin
If you missed it in our Fall Newsletter, enjoy this edition of Scripts & Tips: For Your Friends and Loved Ones…Tips on How to Help.
November 1st, 2013 by Chassin