Originally Posted by jackmccullough
Allow me to suggest an alternative perspective:
Grow up. We get older, our hair turns gray, some of us lose our hair. Just keep getting it cut shorter and you'll look like what you are: a man of your age. Don't waste your money, stay in shape, and you can still look good.
Or, to put it another way, if it's good enough for Jean-Luc Picard, isn't it good enough for you?
Same speech my dad gave me when I first started losing mine, only thing was that I was 14, so it didn't really make much sense.
It is great to be comfortable with your own body but once you've reached that point, why would you give up trying to get your hair back? Any hair you got back would be a bonus after that. Mere acceptance is giving up the fight, you just can't let it consume you.
btw, I'm not convinced that hairloss is merely a result of getting older, especially pre-mature loss.