CAN'T BARE THE HAIR DAYS


The hair!!!


In winter I wear beanies.

In summer,


Hats.

When my hair hurts my head.

Some days it's relatively,

All good to tie my hair up.


Other days its like,

Someone's jabbing needles,

Into my skull.

So annoying!

But thank goodness,

To those who invented,

Hair cover-up-ers.

Hats!



Where I can cover up the hair.


And not have to bare.


The pain that comes with,


Styling it up.


Out of my face.


Out of the way.


Sometimes I can't bare the hair days.


xx


SIGNS OF TACTILE DYSFUNCTION:

1. HYPERSENSITIVITY TO TOUCH (tactile defensiveness): "complains about having hair brushed;

may be very picky about using a particular brush".


- SPD Australia

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