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Before his marriage George Clooney was linked to a slew of signigicantly younger women. Melania and Donald Trump. Soon-Yi and Woody Allen. What could these pairings possibly have in common? What do they talk about? This theory highlights men who choose independent, educated and, less to the point, taller partners. Before you grab your pitchfork, I have a few friends whose parents have quite the age gap, but are happy as Larry, 30 years in. Amal Clooney, wife of the namesake of this extremely scientific effect, is crazy-smart, super-successful and ravishingly beautiful.

He obviously liked it. But she is 17 years younger. In the past, Clooney has dated actors Lisa Snowdon 11 years younger , Elisabetta Canalis 18 years younger and Stacy Keibler 19 years younger. Stacy Keibler is 19 years younger and significantly taller than George Clooney. A study by Scottish psychologists — which created the term in question — found that younger, more financially independent women were attracted to older men, but said men still had to be handsome.

If being a silver fox was the clincher, I get why these women were drawn to Clooney. A story for another time, perhaps. Funny you ask that, Mel. Interestingly or not , the men had an ongoing interest in women in their mid-twenties. Yes, for their whole lives, mid-twenties continues to be the magic bracket. Is there something wrong with me? Little gold-digger girls with year-old men are a bit gross, though. But Number Four says that, before age comes into it, attraction is due to the milestones that have been accomplished.

This tends to lead her towards partners sometimes 10 years older. Last June, Jesse Fink gave his thoughts on the subject from the male perspective. His reason for slinging a noticeably younger lady over his shoulder? Honesty is the best policy. They look at you differently. The first thing [men] need is money.

Donald Trump and Melania Knauss Trump have a big difference in their ages. Is it all down to age, money and power then? Is that the look of love Dusty Springfield was singing about? I want to be on the same level as my totes rich and powerful partner. If I were to Do A Clooney, so to speak, and go for someone 17 years my junior, Future Hubby has just started kindergarten. Download the Sunday Style app here. Follow Sunday Style on Twitter here.

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I refuse to be brainwashed by all these idiots. Mister Pride I want to learn everything I can to become rich and free. Already have an idea what my business will look like. I read your blog and the books you recommend all day and night. I know you will read this and I know it will fire you up. Just like you fire us ALL up. I wish you all the best my friend. Last time I was there, 6 weeks ago, I met at least 15 of them. Damn ur good I can now say I was blind but now I see!!!

Thank u sooooo much now I knw exactly wwat to do. As an 18 year old kid in university, I can say that Victor has definitely changed my world view and stopped me from just mindlessly following the traditional path.

Seems like the smartest thing to do if you want to study and avoid most of the college debt-trap yes, some causes are taught in english. One point i really think you younger guys should pick up on: Save your money, invest in stocks and give that little business idea a go — the world is full on incompetent morons running business empires — believe in yourself. I changed my mind, I changed my attitudes and behaviours, and my relations with the wife changed drastically.

You are right when you say that the man has to take decisions and carry them out in a disciplinned manner. Marriage and family is not a burden, I believe many will agree. Marriage and family is a decision, a lifetime project requiring as much equity investment and effort as any other aspiration of the man. As long as you find a lady that supports and adds to you, not undermines or subtracts from you.

Family has always and will always require much money and time and attention. But the man should not consider those as a useless waste or a barrier on his way to success. The family gives one what nothing else can give. It also requires devotion, commitment. As to college, you are damn right. I spent lots of nerves, money and time wasting my time in a most ugly way one can imagine.

The modern education system is a complete scrap. Self-study is always the key — because you know what you need and you take it. No extra knowledge, theory, etc. No BS bullshit, not balance sheet this time …: As to buying on credit, I have always used consumer borrowings to make major acquisitions only to allocate the price over a longer period of time. To avoid paying a comparately large amount of cash at a time. In doing so, I have always followed one rule: I am at all times able to settle the debt in full out of my monthly earnings.

The only exclusion was my 3-year mortgage loan. Another rule — buy things that release you from daily routine, give you some leisure, extra hours to do what you want, but lack time to, not things that deprive you of leisure. After joining this great site, I threw away all my CDs with movies and games, all story and fiction books and any other stuff that one should certainly get rid of if he values his time. Now I only read to improve my skills, be that English or accounting or both.

And I strongly believe that every man should do so — throw away all the stuff that takes his precious real life experiences. These are principles that I had used, unconsciously, and they have served me well.

I make a shit load of money working as an executive in a Consulting firm — but granted — it took me 20 years to do it — working hard, and continually building knowledge and being disciplined. The advice about focusing on your career, building your body, etc. Good advice on not getting married too- unless you really want a family. Life is hard enough without that.

Focus on career, making money, getting experience and building knowledge first — always — there is always time for women and the older and more accomplished you are — the more women will want to be with you.

One more great article for me to put in the vault and show my boys when they are older. I have a friend who studied medicine and later became a great, and recently a very rich, entrepreneur — as you he believes college is BS and waste of time, but if you look at his business it has all to do with what he has studied and I can hardly see how he could have done it without college.

I agree the kind of business you are in does not necessarily demands it tough. In any case, this is a minor disagreement, keep up the great work. Anyone who adds to prosperity must prosper in turn. I also have to add the following things. Reading is one of the most essential habits that should be incorporated into your life style. It is very important to learn about mistakes and success of various successful men.

Now you ask well what to read? You see the beauty of sites like that by reading just one recommend book,you will be exposed to other similar people who have achieved success through means of their websites,twitter,Facebook,etc. Or type in the name of any successful man and most likely he has some best-selling books on amazon. Well then single up for kindle on amazon.

Though sending a email through their own websites,twitter,Facebook,Skype, etc. My friends take advantage of sites like this,take advantage of your youth,take advantage of the internet. These successful men did not have to share their advice. Their is no gun pointed to their head forcing them to spill their beans. They do it because they care about us they want to prevent us from making the mistakes they made so that we may have a easier more fulling time on this earth.

And if you are not making use of this you my friend are doing all these guys both past,present,and future a great disservice. Victor if one wants to create a product say for instance a unique Iphone case. Is it better to start it up in the states or places like Asia? Eat right and exercise. I also make sure my nephews, who are 22 and 23, read your posts as well. Every article I have ever read on this site is has been poignant but this is simply a masterpiece. It is the male manifesto. I read it to my two sons.

I have been installing these points in them since they could talk and lead by example. I realize my sons have an asset every young man needs but so few have, a positive male role model. I would like to bestow my deepest gratitude to you Victor. Your work enlightens and encourages so many young men, mine included. You WILL get there with discipline, determination and relentless drive.

And you can get there faster with a mentor. My dad was mine. I honor him by raising my sons the way he raised me. Bold and Determined gives all the advice I was raised on to a generation of young men who have few real men to model themselves after.

I challenge all of you winner wolves out there to another discipline; the stewardship of successful young men. Be a mentor to a younger man on his way up. They try to brain wash you tell you:. You look great as is. Then rejoice and there is no greater feeling then accomplishing what you set your mind on. I am a teenager. I am walked all over by assholes. They stupid stuff to me, that makes them look good in front of girls.

All I do is stay red in the face. What do I do? How do I make them scared to anger me? How do I act like a man? Feminism made me this way when I was young. Dont give a fuck about them, go to the gym, lift big, lift often, and eat more. Improve yourself, build yourself up. At your age, I wish someone encouraged me to get a hobby to be proud of. Which can be just about anything, playing an instrument, drawing, woodworking, welding. Something more tangible than being good at some videogames.

On top of that, make high quality friends who have discipline and ambition. The easiest way to do that is join some kind of physical club. Boxing, tennis, swimming, parkour… Just about anything really.

Being strong helps, though. So does learning how to fight. But you need self-discipline as well as confidence. Only the man with discipline can ever be free. Others will notice if you lack discipline, and they will manipulate you in one way or another. But if you have discipline, others will respect you. Discipline means your action follows your steady, long term intent. It means not yielding to fear, pain, embarrassment, horniness, insecurity, boredom, fatigue, or any other form of discomfort.

The best way to attain discipline is by practice — taking the unpleasant or dangerous course of action because you need to or have to, or just to test yourself. It might be a good place for you to start. From there, grow in an environment filled with people that work the money making game.

I do what I want and absolutely love what I do. I pay off half my units as I go and am in debt for the other half.

Thing is, I feel free. I already PT to get by — doing something else I love to make a living- so I can easily see it becoming a business on the side.

Just make it count significantly in your life, and pay for as much of it upfront as you can. Intelligence; is now defined as ones ability to function within ones own socio-cultural setting, with what they personally deem as successful and fulfilling. We also have to keep in mind that some people are generally happy, whether financially free or not, with their current circumstances. So burn your own path and let others be.

However, it takes people taking action and charge to wake some absolute sleep walkers out of their slumber of life. The current state of young western culture sickens me, as a 25 year old male from Aus. Physical degradation, drug dependency, violence, escapism into gaming and sport, getting drunk multiple times a week, social media and technology dependence, lack of respect for the elderly and general lethargy.

Never ever give away capital that could be working for you to petty pursuits. Stay away from negative , unhappy people. Model traits and characteristics of people you admire, but do not become or imitate them.

Keep an open mind, but not so open your brain falls out. Action away from the physical and mental shackles of society. Incorporate these as privileges when you are well on the way to meeting goals. Bit of a rant. I feel the same re the drinking culture etc. Modern culture is adrift and cluless.

Its up to us guys to become spartans and lead the young by example. I am grateful to have this wonderful list at my disposal being only 20 years old 18 would have been better.

Victor how do I squat without a squat rack? I do not have enough money to buy a squat rack. Nor so I have enough to go to a gym. I would appreciate your advice, Thanks Dave. Build a couple wooden saw horses and use them as a makeshift squat rack. There are lots of workarounds if you think about it. I once knew a guy who hung a barbell from the rafters of his shed, and one who built a squat rack from scrap metal. Then there are hack squats and T-bar squats. I have a self-spotting barbell of my own design.

Yo, victor I wish i knew this when i was You speak the truth bro, Keep it up…Really diggin your style of writing very motivating. Then my own business. Freedom has always been the driving force for me. My advise is to never let society cut off your nut sack and get you domesticated into the matrix of control. Wrong women and mindless debt are to be avoided. It must feel great to motivate so many people like you do, keep it up mate.

Vietnam and Thailand have semi-hostile visa policies. You can use loopholes but they are getting fewer and more expensive.. I would give Cambodia a go these days…easy visas but the infrastructure is behind its neighbours. You are entitled to your opinion but please remember that you are suppose to be a role model and some young people take your opinion very seriously.

The way our society is set up, money is freedom. Clothes, food, transportation, energy, entertainment, the internet. As much as you can trade your time for some of those anemeties, say, by raising your own livestock and produce on a hobby farm, you are not gaining freedom by doing that.

Since my early teen years I was trying to make money online because I understood it gave me freedom. It happened when I was 15 and I asked my parents to give me some money to go on a beach for few days with the girl I liked quite a lot at a time. I can do that.

I can tell my government to go fuck themselves, because I know I can live anywhere in the world and be well off with the income I currently have. And no one gave me that but money. My cutest, dearest little friend. They say when it comes down to it, the only thing you can rely on at any given time is yourself. You can rely on your money too.

Victor i follow your posts its really motivational and im living in spartan life.. Besides, whats your thought on Power of meditation….

Out of Context though, but i wanted your thoughts on this bro…. Thanks for the great post…. Keep the work going and Good luck! I had multiple websites making sufficient income all off my own back. Ended up selling all of those endeavors and moved to London.

All I gotta say is…this blog gave me that kick in the ass.. Vic, your content is solid gold. I should have read more before asking the question.

One more question though, would it be bad to add pull-ups every day? Would that put too much wear on your body to add that to habit 5? Go here to the un-official official 30DOD forum to ask questions about the book http: Women are not that impressive to begin with. I have never let my penis do my thinking for me and I am never getting married.

He talks to me almost every week about how its a good idea only for me to tell him the truth, which leaves him confused.

I pity the fool that does that to himself. Keep up the fight Vic I definitely need you with me to keep focus. Eg -1 College debt? Buy a house cash, run your own business. The system only reaches so far, and last time I checked, there are no bank of america debt collectors in Ko Samui. A little cyanide in her martini should solve that. They get no by-ball in my book. As soon as someone tried to take my property, they are an intruder and will be treated as such.

Personally my wife is awesome. She knows her role, she cooks and cleans, and she is basically my personal assistant. She enjoys having a successful husband sees it as her duty to look after me as it also benefits her. In turn, I look after her. Or is this just BS pushed onto society ny feminism? Knowing how I was back then, I probably used it as an excuse to be lazy. Just think about Alexander the Great. He crushed ancient empires led by men twice his age, using nothing more than inductive reasoning.

His philosophy and mental approach was superior. And he had big brass ones. Well, some American women are sure not perfect and the same goes for some American men. Life is a two way street. There are lots of men that are lazy, fat wife beaters. More for normal American guys to pick from. At 18, there really is nothing wrong with being clueless. However at 25 and in the working world, men should see if the employee model is something that they really want.

I lucked out by being pwned by the system before turning 30 and it allowed to question whether I really wanted to partake in American society. That is why I left. I wish I started sooner, but there really is no going back.

Sergio Oliva died last year and Nasser Elsonbatty died early this year from steroid use. Something about messing up their kidneys…….

And 6, about building your body, is so spot on. I was a lazy, depressed pussy for years, and when I started building physical strength, I started building mental strength as well. It taught me that I can set goals and reach them. I can do whatever the fuck I want. No skill is out of reach. The secret is to not fucking sit around and fantasize about it.

Make sure every day is a non-zero day where you do something towards reaching your goals. Accept that and crave not for external approval, and go out and do my thing. Another fine example of the excellence you provide on a regular basis, Vic. Especially when it comes to college and feminism. If they have any hope of making it in the world, men need to wise up about girly shit like equality and make sure they take no part in it.

Great job dispensing the truth, my man! Why do you see women as sub human? Who was the person who endured you savaging their womb for 9 months?

You do a great service to men across the world. I dropped out of college last spring because it was a HUGE waste of time getting educated. I have three younger sisters. The oldest just turned 13 and you should see them.

They are dumber than shit. What you said about women is hitting the nail on the head. My other sister who is my twin keeps telling them they should stand up for themselves and learn to be independent of anyone else and all that bullshit.

I have been trying to tell them they should wait until they are on their own and then make some dude a good wife. My family is up in arms over this but they also hate the truth. Do you have advice for a guy in my position? What are other good ways an older brother can raise his sisters right? Marcus, the unfortunate reality is that you cannot cope with literally the rest of their world.

School, tv, internet, their peers, the rest of the family, all will tell them the same nonsense. They are too far gone, past the point of no return. Good post, but you forgot one important thing Victor.

Many young men face the option of joining the military, where do you stand on that? My mom and dad came from india with no money, no education and had me at 19 with less than 10, in there bank account. We all have our own definition of success. Maybe some of us just wanna have a peace of mind. Maybe some of us just want to help others. And the list goes on. The problem with society is that they have this preconceived notion of success that you are only an achiever if you are rich and has a job, or you have your own car, a house, a great wife and kids.

Probably 4 times each. This article just got me wet. Problem is that I have no money. I want to become independent via graphic design and WordPress, but my parents totally object to it. My parents consider my mentor who taught me graphic design to be a cult leader which is total BS, since he is a Lone Wolf, just like I am. My parents are total idiots and will do just about anything to bar me from contacting my mentor.

Do you have any suggestions? Why do your parents think your mentor is a cult leader? And have you thought of the possibility that maybe they are right in not wanting you to associate with this person? Are there any books you would recommend reading or other resources for moving to Thailaind from a 1st world country? I live in Holland and have Islamic Pakistani parents. No sense keeping them in your life to hold you back. Two years ago, I believe, I have a broke up with my girlfriend been dating her since I had 15 years, I believe.

Up until that point, I loved Math, and all the logic aspects of it. But with the broke up, it came a lot of unstability in my life, and I stopped caring for my degree. I could earn a scolarship if I focus with this, and I really believe I can be successful in this field. If I put a stop to the procastrinating in my part. I agree, women can be set aside for now.

I actually follow all of these tips. Every single tip you gave besides for moving out of the country are the things he tells me every day. Just like in 14, sales or manual labor.

My father says the same thing about money. For me, if i miss a day of work for being sick, or miss going to the gym one day, i feel like a bum and i hate it. Each time you get to cross out one of your goals for that day or moment, you receive a huge rush and just feel amazing! I just wanted to share how everything Victor said, is percent accurate, and i had to talk about myself to show some evidence of that.

To all us young adults, follow this advice! Excellent article, wish I read it when I was I struggle with the trade off between fully committing to building my part time business every weekday after my V. My testosterone craves for pussy and its hard for me to sacrifice this short term pleasure for the long term reward of building my business in years and become financially independent. For a man who has gone through his twenties, with your experience and wisdom, what is your feedback?

Thanks I appreciate it brother. I have preached this sermon everyday to my now grown sons! I stumbled across this and I am impressed that someone would speak so boldly. As an American woman, I never understood the stance for Feminism. I truly do not believe in it. I would be more than happy to cook, clean and take care of my husband, as I do. I still work outside the home. I never had children.

I wanted the adventure but never truly fulfilled it. While, not everything you wrote I can use, buy most of it I can, even as a woman. I plan on passing this around to everyone I know. All to often we victimize ourselves with laziness. This 18 year old is glad to have read your article, its almost reassuring. It has confirmed many suspicions I have had about the world.

Just for clarification, its okay to use quotes, however in this case, the context drives a better point. Money is a necessity, but responsibility is also necessary. Look, its LOVE of money is the root of all evil. Not just money, LOVE of money. It means that youd do absolutly anything to get money, you would hurt other people as well as yourself, make a slave out of you, in order to have money.

The importance about money is security and liberty. But if you live your life as a slave to money its leads you to evil deeds. Money is wonderful, it gives you liberty, women and a bunch of nice shit.

Someone who works so much, spend so much time at a meaningless job, trading is life away for more money, mever seeing his kids, never taking time to raise them properly, never take time to take care of his own health and never have the time and liberty to enjoy and build his life for the better just to make more bucks, thats someone who in my own opinion has money as his master.

The love of money leads him to have a shitty lifestyle. That doesnt mean that its wrong to want shitloads of money. Its a good thing. Basically you need money, certain wants can be needs as well. I fully agree with you as that is exactly what I meant. This post really fires me up.

I just turned 18 today, though I still look very boy-ish and a little short but handsome! I have a lot of girls that like me. I read and re-read your blog very frequently and it has made me set out on path to real manhood.

When I have built that body of a Spartan and gotten that first check from my internet business I will make sure to tell you in another comment. I only approved your comment due to the timing of the newest post. I also believe that focusing on money and building a life for yourself is definitely more important than woman, at least, at the age!

But then again, who in the right mind would wanna get married at 18? I currently own my own business and i do a lot of things. Wow, this literally changed my life. I found this by complete mistake, when miraculously I turn 18 in 3 days.

I got charged with a DUI last month and some other serious charges and lost my girlfriend of 3 years and it put me in a horrible depression and I started to lose sight of who i am and really think my life was over. But man, this pulled me out of that shit the second. All this pressure of majoring in some big time field, Your right, fuck that shit thats not even what I want. I could never repay you for the knowlage I just obtained. Your a life saver man, seriously. All I can say is, we need more Men like you in this world man.

This article should receive an award. This stuff is gold man! Stuff like this helps me out a lot man. Thanks for writing these posts! I definitely feel its not for me. My dream of running a successful website is fully in the works! You always tell young men not to go to college. Where did you go for fun during college, and how did you meet up with people when you went to new areas? The answer is say hello when you see a girl you like. Also get online to meet girls in country xyz.

Great, thanks for the answer. Eastern Europe, you will find things to do. I am a 20 yr old junior in college getting cut off by my parents. I understand you are an important and busy man, but I would really appreciate if you can guide me in the right direction. Hope to be a bit more positive, informative and entertaining as the weeks roll on.

Hi Monte, Thank you for reading my blog. I hope to provide you with insights to my thinking and feelings as I cross our great country and hopefully entertain you at the same time. Spinning is how I make it up all the hills. It would be interesting to know how many revelutions I do going up some of these hills at 3 mph for nearly and hour. My short legs are spinning like a top or so it feels. Frank, I see from your first post you got started. Wishing I was sharing the ride with you!

Thank you for the kind words. I know you can do this and you should. Looking forward to providing you useful information for what to or not to do on a crossing of Ameria. Frank, hope things are going well and your goal is be achieved.

Take care of yourself and will be watching for details. Hi Diane, after a couple dark days things are getting better. Looking forward to providing you more fun news to read. Looking forward to your next and all future postings……. May the wind be always at your back. Hi Rick, You just made my day. Part of my adventure journey is to share the experience and to let other folks know they too can live their dream, too. Take care my friend, I hope to be a bit more positive with future posts.

After all its all part of the journey. Way to go Frank. Your adventure is inspirational and we will watch your progress with interest. Joyce forwarded me your blog, very impressive. I have done a lot of fund raising to fight MS in the past, ridden my bike a lot to do so.

I will ride a century right this weekend to support the fight against leukemia and lymphoma, the ride around Lake Tahoe. What an inspiration you are.

To take on this journey and your contribution to MS is awesome! Hi Ruthann, Originally yes, but since changed my route to make it easier on myself. I hope to ride in your area within the next two years. My best wishes to you. I trust the fulfillment of your dream will be beyond your imagination and that you will pick up many friends and have many adventures along the way.

What an inspiration you are to so many! As a man named Paul says: Stay safe, and know that you have many thinking about your ultimate success! What a journey you are planning. It will be fun to follow your trip. How wonderful to hear from you Hildur. Hope to entertain folks with my blog. Look forward to visiting with you again. Frank — First of all…you are amazing!!! I have so much respect for what you are doing physically, mentally, emotionally and philanthropically!!!!

I will definitely be following you adventures on your website — and by the way — love your website name!!!!!!

Happy biking to you, my friend…. Frank, Good luck on your trip. Looking forward to following along on your website. Check is in the mail for MS. Good Luck and Good Speed not to fast!! What a memorable 65th for you!

Take care, be safe and well and Godspeed always! Read your article on morningsun. Good idear raising money for MS Society, plus having an adventure to boot!

Bless you on your journey! Frank, I salute you! An old guy supporting a good cause riding a red, white and blue bicycle across our great country is a true patriot in my book. Keep me posted on the exact time and location of your departure in Anacortes and I will try to be there.

Hi Denny, That would be great! Rolling across America and helping MS…. I do what I can, where I can. Along the way, hope to entertain folks as well as motivate. I could not be prouder or more honored to be your friend for all you do!

You are a good and extraordinary man. God speed, my friend! Thank you, those are the kindest words. You bring joy to my heart and soul and a tear to my eyes. God has blessed me with such beautiful friends. Good Luck Frank, I have your website saved to my favorites only a couple of months to go. Take lots of pictures and get them posted for us. Hi Robert, I plan to keep you all posted on my last great adventure. Hope you enjoy the stories. I found your blog using msn. This is a very well written article.

Thanks for the post. What a great website Frank…I am going to have so much fun follow you on all your biking adventures ;.. Old Guy Bicycle Adventures. Thank you for sharing and continued success. Thank you for the well wishes. Your new Friend, Frank Reply.

Frank Briscoe July 20, Hi Paco and thanks for stopping by my website. Brian McKay August 18, Dear Frank, Just a short note to say how thankful we are friends of Joanna Abernethy that you took the trouble to write about her in your local paper. Frank Briscoe July 6, Hi Denny! I am also proud of you cousin Frank and Mother and I look forward to more pictures of your cycling trips Gods peace and love follow you … Reply.

Look forward to visiting with you more. Karen Teeters September 26, We were happy to have you stop here in Charleston, Missouri last night! Karen Teeters October 2, Of course, you are quite welcome! Your new bicycle friend, Frank Reply. Your Friend, Brad Reply. Gayle Moulton August 15, Stopping by to say Hi. Say hi to Brad and Johanna for me. Cindy Johnson June 25, Frank, Thank you for allowing me to purchase one of your bikes. May the wind always be at your back and happiness in your heart.

Your new friend, Frank Reply. Glad to know it from a fellow Randonneur! Sincerely, Corey Harper Reply. July 27, Very nice message u have written! Take week to ride entire State? Drum and Bass June 29, Nice Blog!!! Jeff Mercer June 29, Good for you! My hat is off to you and I am sooo jealous Reply.

Karole Hickling June 28, Great write-up, keep it up! Hope to continue to inform and entertain you. Jack Odell June 28, Where are you Frank? Jack Odell June 20, Hope you got some rest today. Monte June 9, Great job. Looking forward for the updates. John Wuertz June 7, Frank, I see from your first post you got started.

Diane Ray June 7, Frank, hope things are going well and your goal is be achieved. Rick Green June 5, Looking forward to your next and all future postings……. Jim Boss June 3, Off to a good start, Frank! Pat Deren June 2, Way to go Frank. Markus June 2, Hi Frank! Looking forward to following your blog. Sue Stackowski May 18, Go, Frank!!! Young at heart and an inspiration, definitely. Godspeed and roll on! Bill Gronow May 16, Way to go Frank! Steve Highlander May 16, Frank, My best wishes to you.

Greg Adrian May 16, What an inspiration you are to so many! Hildur Eiriksdottir May 12, Hi Frank. And, consistent good exercises should also be part of your life for thorough wellbeing in your present and future. I liked it and I went for a free consultation and demonstration. You can request a free DVD and see for yourself before you take any step. Of course, the distance could be a deterrent, but many people go to other countries for plastic surgery, so… However, you have nothing to lose by seeing the DVD.

I wish you the best of luck in getting your own hair back! I have the feeling you will… ;o Rosedala. One more link about plant proteins: And from all the vegans I know, they all have a lot of hair in theis heads, very thick and healthy hair I am the only one I know who has a hair problem. But it kinda stooped falling a few years later.

By the time I was 18 I had the same amout of hair I have today, it is sort of stable. And, like you, I took many blood tests and they all indicated no nutricinal problems at all.

I started losing hair only 3 years after I became a vegetarian, so I guess it has nothing to do with my eating habits. For now, all I can tell you is to never give up, always hope it will get better one day. Try hard to always see the good side of things. Just wanted to let you know that you are not alone. I am 24 and have been struggling with thin hair since I was I seem to have the exact same symptoms as you— not a significant amount of daily hair loss, but not enough growth to have a full head of hair.

I definitely understand the desperation for answers. One thing my hair stylist just got me to try that has made things a bit easier is X-fusion: Hi Linda, Unfortunately we all know how you feel, yet fortunately we can all support each other. Although there is always more information to read, I have read enough to believe nobody really knows why so many of us lose our hair.

While there are your typical cases, there are also many others to baffle us. Do stay as positive as you can, eat healthy, exercise, and make sure to rest. I have a daughter 3 years older than you who is also experiencing hair loss.

It kills me that she inherited this gene from me! Then again, where the heck does this hair loss thing come from? I joined this site not too long ago. At first I felt overwhelmed, and did not want to have this so in my face. Please feel free to express yourself freely, and ask as many questions as you want. Since I was 18 or so, also so has my younger sister, she is Im looking more into it now. Both my parents have hair loss as well.

Im just glad I found this site. I had thick hair when I was younger till I am 16 yr old when I went on a crash diet. The hair kept dropping and though I went on a normal diet later on, the hair stopped dropping but did not grow back.

This was the stupidest move I made and is the biggest regret of my life. But what is lost is lost. I tried years convincing myself of tat lost but it was really hard for me. I tried numerous treatments, shampoos and medicine but to no avail. Hope was given at the start of each treatment but was dashed at the end of it. Reading your post has given me support and I hope my presence can give u some form of support too We will live well!

Especially after the birth of my daughter. She is now 10,and still no problem with hair. At least not yet.. Anyway,there is a question that I wanted to ask, all these years, women who has the same disease as me. During all these years I have used almost everything. Applied direct on the scalp or as a pill. In several cases I had results and I had seen remarkable regrowth of new hair. I had been extrimelly happy. But only for a short period because after a month or so, I was feeling a slight tickle as if many ants were walking on my head ,and that was it.

What I wish to find out is whether any of you with a hairloss problem experienced something like it.. I am convinced that this might be the key to the problem..

Finally, I wish there would be something comforting to say,but I am too desperate myself,so I appologise.. Thank you for reading my e-mail….. I am 23 years old and suffering from androgenic allopecia too. It is very disheartening and i often cry because i am depressed and scared that i will go bald some day.

But i have now consulted a doctor and have just started my medication. Most importantly, I have promised myself not to get depressed, as I will lose more hair that way.

Just keep a positive outlook and always know that the people who love you, love you for who you are, no matter how thin your hair is. Hi i just recently started loosing my hair like crazy im only 19 years old. And it seem like every time i brush my hair or take a shower lots and lots of hair is coming out.

Im really confused an now im seeing little bold spots. I need help i havent been on crazy diets or changed my shampoo. What could this be? Both my parents are dont have thin hair matter fact my dad is pretty hairy. I am also 19 and I feel as if we might have similar hair loss problems. Growing up, everyone knew me as the girl with incredibly thick, gorgeous hair. I was diagnosed with Hashimotos thyroiditis, a thyroid disease, as well as hypothyroidism last January.

I was tested for the disease following various sympotms that I was having including depression and weight gain with no change in my healthy diet and exercise. Hair loss was never a symptom and I immediately began taking Snythroid to regulate my thyroid. That was in January. If I took a shower, it would be covered in hair. I was constantly shedding and covered in my own hair.

I am SO thankful that I had extremely thick hair before, because now it just looks normal except like you were saying when I put it in a ponytail you can definitely see my scalp and when it gets a little greasy. I am paranoid all the time and feel like I look like a boy. My hair is still long because I refuse to cut it in fear that it will never grow again, even though all of my ends are becoming split and dead. I have had my thyroid tested multiple times to make sure that it is regulated and it is hair loss is often a symptom of hypothyroidism but mine is being treated..

I have been to the dermatologist several times and she thinks it is telogen efflovium, that my body is stressed and has gone into shock. Often pregnant people get this. I would like to believe that it is this and thay my hair will grow again, but it has been 5 months now and although hair loss has slowed down, has not stopped. Also a detangler, just to keep from pulling on hairs. I am hoping that I have the telogen efflovium because it means that eventually, it will start to grow again.

There is a large chance that others might have this too. Hopefully we can all figure out whats happening and get our hair back soon!! If anyone has any suggestions to help my hair loss please let me know; I am desperate!

I cried a lot , was depressed for days n ran from doc to doc to find out what my body waz upto. I got stuck up wit al sorts of docs n medication n oils which they said wud cure d hair fall but in vain nothing did happen instead it continued at d same pace. Aft loads of research for hours at a stretch each day n finally wit a right doc i found out what i waz suffering from. I may not be able to tell u what u r going through bt il tel u wht my doc tld me abt my case of androgenic alopecia hair loss——— androgenic alopecia has four stages as per wht my doc said n i waz already at d end of my second stage by then.

Wht he tld waz tht when my hair falls dis DHT reduces d size of my hair follicle because of which d nxt hair which comes out is thinner n dis process goes on n each new hair is thinner n weaker n has shorther life span n finally d hair follicle gets blocked n slowly patches start forming.

I just put it on the night before and show it out in the morning. I found that my hair was much thicker after I did the oil treatment. I remember someone told me to use Nioxin and it only made it worse but i guess it depends on each person. I use Emu oil Shampoo which is a very light herbal shampoo which no chemicals I think it helped stop my shedding massivly.

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