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    Posted: Mar 20 2014 at 2:22pm
My friend's daughter is fortunate to have parents who are doing a great job at co-parenting.  No crazy issues.  However she has noticed that since their seperation (They trade off a week on, week off) her daughters hair has not been growing the way it did when they were married. Her exhusband is remarried and she gets along well with the stepmom and stepmom is the one that does her daugthers hair when she is with dad.
 
In the society of blended families, do yo think it is possible for a childs hair growth to be affected if they are having two different people...one week on...one week off care for thier hair?
 
 
Her hair has shortened in length from mid back length to now shoulder length in a space of a year.


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Her hair is either breaking off or being cut. 
Yes different hair care practices will yield different results. 
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Its the stress 
Shes probably overwhelmed 
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Originally posted by xx_quanna_x xx_quanna_x wrote:

Its the stress 
Shes probably overwhelmed 
this was my answer for the kid-- just reading the title question. 

if not stress, maybe the step mom isn't as well versed in hair care as she thinks she is. 


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I'd say stress but it sounds like they aren't 'stressing' with the separation...
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Maybe the water is harder there to wash her hair or they are using different products, maybe the hair styles are causing the breakage. I just don't think it's an emotional reaction to the divorce though.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote P31chick Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 20 2014 at 2:46pm
I have heard many women complain or change hairdressers because they have said that after a particular person trimmed their hair that is stopped growing and as soon as they changed hair dressers their hair started growing again.  This was the first thought that I had pertaining to the situation.  But maybe it could be stress as well?
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Unless they have a disorder or taking medicine hair doesn't just stop growing.....its length retention....maybe she is sung products that don't agree or its stress.....my advice....protective style and low manipulation....
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It's either stress or manipulation
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She need to do what my sister does, I love you but don't touch my baby hair. Cover it at night and I will take care of it when she get home. My niece has stayed with her dad for an extended period of time when my sis had surgery and they brought her home for a few hours to get her hair done. My sister cray though,everybody don't have the power of Debo like she does.
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