What do women in our community have to say?
Here are just a few of the women we’ve heard from over the years who have found the community, resources and information they need to not just live with alopecia areata, but thrive.
“The community is a wonderful source for practical solutions to everyday problems, support groups and the latest in research for treatment and a cure. I support this wonderful effort and am so glad it has been there for me and others like me.”
“Bald Girls Do Lunch came to Denver at the right time for me in my coping stages. In one short evening, I was able to begin to come to terms with my appearance because I wasn’t alone. Isolation contributed to my poor mental health, but BGDL showed me that there are other people dealing with the same issues as me. I felt understood—nothing has been as valuable as that one night.“
“I have met the most uplifting women who, along with myself, share an experience we never would have dreamed could happen. I’m thankful for Thea and Bald Girls Do Lunch for bringing us together.“