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The last few years held some of the biggest changes I have faced as a human. 2 years ago I stopped dying my hair, this might seem trivial but I have not had my natural locks since I was 13. My natural colour as I have always decided looks the colour of a street rat. I thought I would hate the transition but embracing myself...
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tehnumpty:
Change is inevitable. It's how we embrace it, that determines whether it's successful or not. I use it as a challenge to become better in knowing myself.
xheartswornx:
Exactly. The hair might be a personal choice, but looking after mind and body to improve life is great. I quit dying my hair out of laziness long ago. I don't drink much soda, but cut out more sugars and artificial ingredients out and it's made a big difference. I'm still working on my mental health so I can hit my full potential. It's great that you're doing this so that everything will be bolder, brighter, and more beautiful in the future. One life, one chance. ❀
Hey Suicidegirls, it's been a while.

Last year I has 3 different job and two different houses and no time. I lose my confidence, cried, loved, represented my country at the Cheerleading Worlds in Florida, drank too much, ate not enough, grew my hair out, learned to love myself, found my confidence. And found myself with not enough time to give this site my...
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lunar:
@tali79 We are a developing country, so that in consideration, very well. In terms of countries where this sport is life, not great. ;)
lunar:
@xheartswornx thank you for the kind words, I have missed the support of this place