Good god yes…. I like to cut my own hair… have been doing it since I was a teen… now that I’m writing this I realise that it’s been a great coping mechanism for me, cutting my own hair.. as a way to deal with difficult emotions and stuff… I still do it.. actually last hair change I did myself, both cut and colour.. but usually when I have a tough situation, the first thing I do is something with the hair… cut it as short as possible…

I also like to change the colour…. I experiment with all shades, although not “crazy” ones.. I tend to stick with dark browns, black, red shades and lately blond..

clothes… I tend to be very casual and relaxed.. although I will occasionally switch .. and wear dresses and stuff, paint my nails.. do something different… and I don’t really care what others think of me 😛

so yeah… inventing myself… it’s something I have some control over.. and as I’m doing this challenge and my journey through BPD I realise that it’s been a method of coping with strong emotions, for sure….


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  1. Melanie
    Aug 10, 2015 @ 08:55:54

    My wardrobe is full of different looks, and they would be even more varied if I was small enough to be able to shop in any store. I definitely dress each day to fit how I’m feeling, and one day it might be a butch lesbian and the next day I’m a hippy princess lol

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