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I don't like my wife's new hair cut... ask me a question...

 
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tell her to try this one [link to thebeautythesis.com]
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well, can you post a pic of her cooter?
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If she moved it different you might think you were getting some strange!
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tell her to try this one [link to thebeautythesis.com]
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That's super cute. I like that style!

I have ultra long hair (see avatar, LOL), and it has grown past my hips. As a women in my 40s, I am often told by other women I should cut my hair short, that my long hair makes me look like a hippie. I don't think I look like a hippie - I wear clean and pretty clothes, and keep my hair up in beautiful updos with nice accessories. I like having long hair; I feel that it protects my power, my own energy source. I like being a woman, having long hair.

I think that as women age, we fear losing so many parts of our identity; our beauty, our softness, our ability to catch the eye of men (or women). And our fears can drive us to do things like cut our hair in a "young" style, or to dress like a teenager, or to react in the opposite way and to become the dowdy middle-aged hag that we so desperately don't want to be.

Media and culture has give us unrealistic ideals. They have tried to teach us that men will drop us for young things, they have tried to brainwash us into believing that our worth is only as strong as our ability to bleed red once a month.

But we are so much more than these beliefs. We are half of humanity, and we fit perfectly with the other half. (Not to say anything negative about my lesbian sisters, as they have an important role to fill, too, I believe.) Our lives as women allow us to explore our intuition, our abilities to be empathic and kind. We are loving, important, desirable, even in our middle and older ages. I wish more women understood this. I know all of the beautiful and sexy women here at GLP know this already, and I am grateful for your presence.

Anyway, OP, just love your wife, keep telling her that she is important, loving, empathic, sexy, a force for good in this fine world. The hair can grow, can continue to reflect what resides inside her mind and body.
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tell her to try this one [link to thebeautythesis.com]
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That's super cute. I like that style!

I have ultra long hair (see avatar, LOL), and it has grown past my hips. As a women in my 40s, I am often told by other women I should cut my hair short, that my long hair makes me look like a hippie. I don't think I look like a hippie - I wear clean and pretty clothes, and keep my hair up in beautiful updos with nice accessories. I like having long hair; I feel that it protects my power, my own energy source. I like being a woman, having long hair.

I think that as women age, we fear losing so many parts of our identity; our beauty, our softness, our ability to catch the eye of men (or women). And our fears can drive us to do things like cut our hair in a "young" style, or to dress like a teenager, or to react in the opposite way and to become the dowdy middle-aged hag that we so desperately don't want to be.

Media and culture has give us unrealistic ideals. They have tried to teach us that men will drop us for young things, they have tried to brainwash us into believing that our worth is only as strong as our ability to bleed red once a month.

But we are so much more than these beliefs. We are half of humanity, and we fit perfectly with the other half. (Not to say anything negative about my lesbian sisters, as they have an important role to fill, too, I believe.) Our lives as women allow us to explore our intuition, our abilities to be empathic and kind. We are loving, important, desirable, even in our middle and older ages. I wish more women understood this. I know all of the beautiful and sexy women here at GLP know this already, and I am grateful for your presence.

Anyway, OP, just love your wife, keep telling her that she is important, loving, empathic, sexy, a force for good in this fine world. The hair can grow, can continue to reflect what resides inside her mind and body.
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Glad you like it I'm so emo now

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Well OP, my wife lost all of her hair last year to cancer. Now since it grew back, she keeps short, kinda like the old Jamie Lee Curtis look. I tell her I love her hair short, simply because I love her. When I looked at her when she was bald, I didn't notice "no hair", because thats what love is. Are you really in love with her?
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This. My neighbor died last month, and she was such a great lady, bald and all. Priorities and all that.
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I'll bet her "emotional friend" from Facebook likes it...
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funny how when there are problems at home there is always good old facebook to give you cyber hugs ((((hugs)))

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tell her to try this one [link to thebeautythesis.com]
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That's super cute. I like that style!

I have ultra long hair (see avatar, LOL), and it has grown past my hips. As a women in my 40s, I am often told by other women I should cut my hair short, that my long hair makes me look like a hippie. I don't think I look like a hippie - I wear clean and pretty clothes, and keep my hair up in beautiful updos with nice accessories. I like having long hair; I feel that it protects my power, my own energy source. I like being a woman, having long hair.

I think that as women age, we fear losing so many parts of our identity; our beauty, our softness, our ability to catch the eye of men (or women). And our fears can drive us to do things like cut our hair in a "young" style, or to dress like a teenager, or to react in the opposite way and to become the dowdy middle-aged hag that we so desperately don't want to be.

Media and culture has give us unrealistic ideals. They have tried to teach us that men will drop us for young things, they have tried to brainwash us into believing that our worth is only as strong as our ability to bleed red once a month.

But we are so much more than these beliefs. We are half of humanity, and we fit perfectly with the other half. (Not to say anything negative about my lesbian sisters, as they have an important role to fill, too, I believe.) Our lives as women allow us to explore our intuition, our abilities to be empathic and kind. We are loving, important, desirable, even in our middle and older ages. I wish more women understood this. I know all of the beautiful and sexy women here at GLP know this already, and I am grateful for your presence.

Anyway, OP, just love your wife, keep telling her that she is important, loving, empathic, sexy, a force for good in this fine world. The hair can grow, can continue to reflect what resides inside her mind and body.
 Quoting: parrotsandwhiskey



awesome post. I have long hair too. my mom is always telling me I look silly with long hair since I am over 35... jealous mothers really suck.

I keep my hair long because I like it long.

Cute AV, btw. hf
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They have tried to teach us that men will drop us for young things, they have tried to brainwash us into believing that our worth is only as strong as our ability to bleed red once a month.

The thing about age 45+ males is testosterone is dropping like a rock and if they had been hitting it like they should have been for the last 30 years they are about played out anyway. Hopefully your experience differs, but thats the truth of the matter for a lot of males.
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Re: I don't like my wife's new hair cut... ask me a question...
My warhorse came home with a short cut and I told her the truth. She didn't like that, but it's better than nothing.

Besides it's the angle that counts and usually it doesn't matter what the cut is from the back.
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tell her to try this one [link to thebeautythesis.com]
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That's super cute. I like that style!

I have ultra long hair (see avatar, LOL), and it has grown past my hips. As a women in my 40s, I am often told by other women I should cut my hair short, that my long hair makes me look like a hippie. I don't think I look like a hippie - I wear clean and pretty clothes, and keep my hair up in beautiful updos with nice accessories. I like having long hair; I feel that it protects my power, my own energy source. I like being a woman, having long hair.

I think that as women age, we fear losing so many parts of our identity; our beauty, our softness, our ability to catch the eye of men (or women). And our fears can drive us to do things like cut our hair in a "young" style, or to dress like a teenager, or to react in the opposite way and to become the dowdy middle-aged hag that we so desperately don't want to be.

Media and culture has give us unrealistic ideals. They have tried to teach us that men will drop us for young things, they have tried to brainwash us into believing that our worth is only as strong as our ability to bleed red once a month.

But we are so much more than these beliefs. We are half of humanity, and we fit perfectly with the other half. (Not to say anything negative about my lesbian sisters, as they have an important role to fill, too, I believe.) Our lives as women allow us to explore our intuition, our abilities to be empathic and kind. We are loving, important, desirable, even in our middle and older ages. I wish more women understood this. I know all of the beautiful and sexy women here at GLP know this already, and I am grateful for your presence.

Anyway, OP, just love your wife, keep telling her that she is important, loving, empathic, sexy, a force for good in this fine world. The hair can grow, can continue to reflect what resides inside her mind and body.
 Quoting: parrotsandwhiskey



awesome post. I have long hair too. my mom is always telling me I look silly with long hair since I am over 35... jealous mothers really suck.

I keep my hair long because I like it long.

Cute AV, btw. hf
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Thanks so much! Glad someone else is rockin' the long hair! May we continue to grow our history, let our past swing around our waist, our hips. :)
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Eh just be honest to her. Tell her you liked her other hair cut better and this one just doesn't fit in your eyes. Also include that though you don't like it as much that her hair style in no way changes her beauty in your eyes. Use thesaurus.com to come up with nice image words. Women love imagery. Honesty+I love you no matter what baby= Win.
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Who gives a shit. It's just hair. Do you like her/love her? Stop being shallow. If it makes you stop wanting to bang her, then get a hooker with a wig you like. Jeez..
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P.S. What if she got cancer, had to go through chemo and lost all her hair? You going to get on this forum and bitch about that, too?

Grow up asshat.
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Re: I don't like my wife's new hair cut... ask me a question...
you know, i would typically berate an OP with a question of this type... BUT...

this is legitimate.

props OP for wanting to go about this the nice way... i understand that just because you love your wife unconditionally doesn't mean you will love every hair style she has.

i think the VERY best thing you can do all together is this:

Just ride it out this ONE time. don't compliment the hair, but don't talk it down, either. play it safe and just wait a couple months till the color starts to fade and she's needing to either get a cut or recolor and THEN and THEN ONLY you can maybe suggest a hairstyle you think looks good on her..

Say "honey, i think you really look sexy with ____"

or whatever.

That's it. That's all you can do. You're risking her getting some sort of complex if you say anything about it now, then you're risking her self-esteem, which then, in turn, will risk any kind of sexual encounter you may have wanted to have because you'll have to reassure her she's still attractive...

But if this hair cut is what I'm imagining... you may not want to have sexual contact with her for a while. lol

That's all. Legit question. Screw everyone else with their lame responses. This is a question you would read submitted to some magazine. This is the answer.
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OP, just be careful. Sometimes honesty can be really hurtful. I work out all the time, am told I look pretty good for my age, I am a size 2 and still weight same as I did when I met my husband (115 lbs) and yet he will tell me my flaws. as much as I like honesty, sometimes I lay awake in bed at night after he falls asleep. I know I am not as pretty or perfect as some of the other women in the world or his co-workers, and I certainly can't compare to the younger women. So as hard as I try to stay well preserved, it is absolutely devastating to be told that a certain part of your body is lacking or does not measure up to what society says is the ideal. I never told him how bad what he said made me feel because it would only start a fight. But deep down inside I wish just one man would think I am perfect just one time. Its always been a struggle to measure up in this world. There are days I work out twice and skip a meal just to keep myself a size 2 and fit. Because God forbid, I gain a few pounds, then I'd really hear the truth.

Hair grows. Keep your mouth shut unless you want to scar her emotionally.
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OP, just be careful. Sometimes honesty can be really hurtful. I work out all the time, am told I look pretty good for my age, I am a size 2 and still weight same as I did when I met my husband (115 lbs) and yet he will tell me my flaws. as much as I like honesty, sometimes I lay awake in bed at night after he falls asleep and I just cry because I don't measure up. I know I am not as pretty or perfect as some of the other women in the world or his co-workers, and I certainly can't compare to the younger women. So as hard as I try to stay well preserved, it is absolutely devastating to be told that a certain part of your body is lacking or does not measure up to what society says is the ideal. I never told him how bad what he said made me feel because it would only start a fight. But deep down inside I wish just one man would think I am perfect just one time. Its always been a struggle to measure up in this world. There are days I work out twice and skip a meal just to keep myself a size 2 and fit. Because God forbid, I gain a few pounds, then I'd really hear the truth.

Hair grows. Keep your mouth shut unless you want to scar her emotionally.
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P.S. What if she got cancer, had to go through chemo and lost all her hair? You going to get on this forum and bitch about that, too?

Grow up asshat.
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That's a totally different scenario, I would shave my head with her.

Look, I love my wife. just don't like the cut she currently has, that's all. I Didn't want to hurt her feelings when she asked. So, I told her it's OK. It is OK, I'm just not going to jump for joy and lie about it. To me it's ehhh, just OK. get it ?
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well, can you post a pic of her cooter?
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I want the girl in the picture.
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^^^
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I've always liked my wife's hair long,
it was all one length and slightly wavy.

she had it straitened, highlights, and bangs.
not much of the length was cut, it actually
looks longer because of the straightening and bangs
but I think she could pull this one off better than the bangs.
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I meant this one, I think she would look good with this one.
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Well OP, my wife lost all of her hair last year to cancer. Now since it grew back, she keeps short, kinda like the old Jamie Lee Curtis look. I tell her I love her hair short, simply because I love her. When I looked at her when she was bald, I didn't notice "no hair", because thats what love is. Are you really in love with her?
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hf
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she might not like your haircut.
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she might not like your haircut.
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Or your stinky feet.
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OP, just be careful. Sometimes honesty can be really hurtful. I work out all the time, am told I look pretty good for my age, I am a size 2 and still weight same as I did when I met my husband (115 lbs) and yet he will tell me my flaws. as much as I like honesty, sometimes I lay awake in bed at night after he falls asleep and I just cry because I don't measure up. I know I am not as pretty or perfect as some of the other women in the world or his co-workers, and I certainly can't compare to the younger women. So as hard as I try to stay well preserved, it is absolutely devastating to be told that a certain part of your body is lacking or does not measure up to what society says is the ideal. I never told him how bad what he said made me feel because it would only start a fight. But deep down inside I wish just one man would think I am perfect just one time. Its always been a struggle to measure up in this world. There are days I work out twice and skip a meal just to keep myself a size 2 and fit. Because God forbid, I gain a few pounds, then I'd really hear the truth.

Hair grows. Keep your mouth shut unless you want to scar her emotionally.
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You need to be whisked away on a girls only vacation. I would probly sit my hubby down. You dont need to put up with that.
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get a ladies magazine, and circle some pictures of hairstyles and haircolors that you like, and show these to your wife. tell her the cut she has already is OK, but next time you would like to see her with something like the picture in the magazine, if she doesn't mind. she can take the picture to the salon with her and show it to her stylist.
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OP, just be careful. Sometimes honesty can be really hurtful. I work out all the time, am told I look pretty good for my age, I am a size 2 and still weight same as I did when I met my husband (115 lbs) and yet he will tell me my flaws. as much as I like honesty, sometimes I lay awake in bed at night after he falls asleep and I just cry because I don't measure up. I know I am not as pretty or perfect as some of the other women in the world or his co-workers, and I certainly can't compare to the younger women. So as hard as I try to stay well preserved, it is absolutely devastating to be told that a certain part of your body is lacking or does not measure up to what society says is the ideal. I never told him how bad what he said made me feel because it would only start a fight. But deep down inside I wish just one man would think I am perfect just one time. Its always been a struggle to measure up in this world. There are days I work out twice and skip a meal just to keep myself a size 2 and fit. Because God forbid, I gain a few pounds, then I'd really hear the truth.

Hair grows. Keep your mouth shut unless you want to scar her emotionally.
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You need to be whisked away on a girls only vacation. I would probly sit my hubby down. You dont need to put up with that.
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pick
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I bet she looks like Cher.
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OP, just be careful. Sometimes honesty can be really hurtful. I work out all the time, am told I look pretty good for my age, I am a size 2 and still weight same as I did when I met my husband (115 lbs) and yet he will tell me my flaws. as much as I like honesty, sometimes I lay awake in bed at night after he falls asleep and I just cry because I don't measure up. I know I am not as pretty or perfect as some of the other women in the world or his co-workers, and I certainly can't compare to the younger women. So as hard as I try to stay well preserved, it is absolutely devastating to be told that a certain part of your body is lacking or does not measure up to what society says is the ideal. I never told him how bad what he said made me feel because it would only start a fight. But deep down inside I wish just one man would think I am perfect just one time. Its always been a struggle to measure up in this world. There are days I work out twice and skip a meal just to keep myself a size 2 and fit. Because God forbid, I gain a few pounds, then I'd really hear the truth.

Hair grows. Keep your mouth shut unless you want to scar her emotionally.
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You need to be whisked away on a girls only vacation. I would probly sit my hubby down. You dont need to put up with that.
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How about OP shuts his pie hole.
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When will you be moving out of the Motel 6, and back into your own house?

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get a ladies magazine, and circle some pictures of hairstyles and haircolors that you like, and show these to your wife. tell her the cut she has already is OK, but next time you would like to see her with something like the picture in the magazine, if she doesn't mind. she can take the picture to the salon with her and show it to her stylist.
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The wife should wear her hair however she wants. OP should shut his pie hole and be grateful he has a wife.

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