Change your hair then change your mind…

Whenever I’m manic I end up changing my hair. Not every time but a good bit. Either I cut it or dye it generally. 

The problem is I never like it afterward. For about .5 seconds I think it’s cute and then I hate it. Or I wish I just had left it alone. I tend to always go shorter and wish I hadn’t. Does anyone else do this, or is it just me?

I’ve also noticed my clothes change when I’m in different mental states. If I’m depressed I wear more black and dark colors, less jewelry. If I’m manic I wear a lot of loud colors and patterns, flowers as big as teacups on my dresses and earrings shaped like lemon slices and big silver hoops. I want all the glitter and colors. I want to paint everything with rainbows and sunshine.

Anyway, for now, my hair is short and Auburn colored and I guess it’ll be that way until my next mood change when I change it again and hate it again. Ah, bipolar life. It’s fun, isn’t it?



Categories: Addiction, Anxiety, bipolar disorder, Depression, Mania, Mental Health, OCD, PTSD, Self Esteem, self-care, Writing

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