So Empowering! I Love How Diane Took Charge of Her Looks in the Face of CancerPaige Turner
When Diane Quigley discovered she had breast cancer, she had to decide what to do with her hair as it began to fall out. Rather than let cancer dictate how she looked, Diane chose to make an event of shaving her head by inviting her friends and family to join her as her locks were cut away.
To this day, she’s most proud of how the event helped her three-year-old daughter accept her mom’s bald head as nothing out of the ordinary.
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