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Polyandry as a solution for hairloss-induced loneliness?

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Post  john3333 on Fri Oct 20, 2017 12:39 pm

It took me a while to accept that I'm never going to find a wife. My baldness is one of the reasons. I truly thought I would find a wife one day, but the truth is that I'm not attractive in any way. My hairloss only keeps getting worse and worse too.  I think that (heterosexual) polyandry could fix my singleness . I'm not good enough for a monogamous relationship.  I'm not good enough for a wife who only loves me.  I think that  a polygamous woman would not mind having two below average husbands. The two average husbands could be just as good as one average husband. I don't think I'll ever be able to be average. I still need to improve my life a lot before I can do this.
I don't think the wife would want to have my child or maybe she would. I don't have good genes - I have hairloss, I'm ugly, etc... For me, I want kids, but I guess we would be one big family.
Has anybody tried this? I'm tired of feeling worthless. I'm tired of being alone.  I want to do something with my life. I want to feel like I belong somewhere. I still have a lot to learn about polygamy though.
Would it increase my chances of finding a wife?
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Post  CF on Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:33 pm

This post is nearing peak degeneracy. If you can't find a wife, that's fine. Deal with it and don't be a cancer on the world.

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Post  calvicie on Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:06 am

Dude, desperation isn't attractive and you'll never find anything with that outlook. Do yourself a favor and read The Game, by Neil Strauss. I'm not condoning pick up artistry, but the book fascinated me from the perspective of human behavior and the power of communication. Note that Neil was a skinny, balding, dork who never had a date in high school or college. He was a writer for Rolling Stone and even still couldn't get laid with back stage passes while touring with rock bands. Its all about confidence and communication. Check out this interview on late night TV for an intro to him and the book - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hC0hrqbhx5M. or just google image search for his before and after pics.
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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:57 am

From a hair loss perspective aspects such as internalization, perception, neurotransmitters behavior manifest from the gut microbiota. In other words, an altered gut microflora (which is quite common now days) can alter your ability to handle many factors that lead to hair loss as well as the "thought chemistry" that alters positive outlook.

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Post  thissucks on Mon Oct 23, 2017 4:28 pm

CausticSymmetry wrote:From a hair loss perspective aspects such as internalization, perception, neurotransmitters behavior manifest from the gut microbiota. In other words, an altered gut microflora (which is quite common now days) can alter your ability to handle many factors that lead to hair loss as well as the "thought chemistry" that alters positive outlook.
Interesting, CS. So how does one fix gut microbiota? Lots of probiotics?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Tue Oct 24, 2017 7:28 am

thissucks wrote:
CausticSymmetry wrote:From a hair loss perspective aspects such as internalization, perception, neurotransmitters behavior manifest from the gut microbiota. In other words, an altered gut microflora (which is quite common now days) can alter your ability to handle many factors that lead to hair loss as well as the "thought chemistry" that alters positive outlook.
Interesting, CS.  So how does one fix gut microbiota?  Lots of probiotics?

More than just probiotics, however the understanding of truly working strains is being more recognized. So definitely some probiotics, but the spore based variety.

For example: http://amzn.to/2yHCkav

Less is more with these.

Essential minerals are helpful as well as understanding emotional phenotypes. This drives neurotransmitter behavior.

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Post  AntioxidantsIsGood on Tue Oct 24, 2017 2:30 pm

Hi CS, so by taking these probiotics one can change their outlook on life to be more positive. Just a little bit of my background. As a child I was very insecure about my looks and worried about what others would think. I also had a speech problem so I lacked communication skills. Fast forward to today I still am insecure compounded with hair loss and I still lack communication skills (having difficulty with thinking before speaking and just communicating in general). As a result I do have a negative outlook and way of thinking. So would these probiotics lift my spirits? Any other recommendations

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Wed Oct 25, 2017 2:13 am

AntioxidantsIsGood wrote:Hi CS, so by taking these probiotics one can change their outlook on life to be more positive. Just a little bit of my background. As a child I was very insecure about my looks and worried about what others would think. I also had a speech problem so I lacked communication skills. Fast forward to today I still am insecure compounded with hair loss and I still lack communication skills (having difficulty with thinking before speaking and just communicating in general). As a result I do have a negative outlook and way of thinking. So would these probiotics lift my spirits? Any other recommendations

I had heard and in some cases observed that sometimes OTC Pregnenolone helps with speech delay, impediments

A more extreme example of this would be shown here.

http://med.stanford.edu/content/dam/sm/autismcenter/documents/L.Fung%20%20Pregnenolone%20Trial%20in%20Autism—a%20Neurosteroid%20Approach%202016.pdf

In some cases its related to GABA, so it might be as simple as taking a dosage of GABA between 200 and 750 mg, but finding the right dosages is key because too little or too much is a fine line. Dosage determines a lot.

Glutamate is "balanced" if enough GABA is expressed...so some any need help with this.

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Post  Guest on Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:10 am

Go out and strive to be a man respected for the strength of his character and the virtue of his actions rather than the trendiness of his haircut. If some people were to put as much effort into achieving something of lasting value as they do trying to hold onto their hair, these forums would be full of nobel prize winners.

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Post  thissucks on Fri Oct 27, 2017 2:12 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:
thissucks wrote:
CausticSymmetry wrote:From a hair loss perspective aspects such as internalization, perception, neurotransmitters behavior manifest from the gut microbiota. In other words, an altered gut microflora (which is quite common now days) can alter your ability to handle many factors that lead to hair loss as well as the "thought chemistry" that alters positive outlook.
Interesting, CS.  So how does one fix gut microbiota?  Lots of probiotics?

More than just probiotics, however the understanding of truly working strains is being more recognized. So definitely some probiotics, but the spore based variety.

For example: http://amzn.to/2yHCkav

Less is more with these.

Essential minerals are helpful as well as understanding emotional phenotypes. This drives neurotransmitter behavior.
Thanks, CS.  I've never had felt any noticeable effects from other probiotics, so I'll give these a try.

In terms of essential minerals, I'm taking iodine, magnesium, and selenium, along with zinc and copper (Optizinc).  Anything I'm missing?

Also, I'm not familiar with emotional phenotypes, is this something you've discussed before?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Oct 27, 2017 2:36 am

I leave out a lot of stuff, because it just gets too complicated. No, probably haven't mentioned phenotypes in this context here before. In this context, it divides neurotransmitter behavior into classifications which can be tested and treated accordingly--using natural methods.

Unlike the above...a stab at the drug industry.

The pharmaceutical cartel uses a very profitable, yet archaic methods to 'treat' people (that doesn't work) and is entirely subjective based on a manual based on observable behaviors, but without objective testing and petrochemical (toxic) drugs.

So the science is there to explain various types of neurotransmitter behavior, yet almost no one uses it. Probably because it isn't based on patents.



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