I'm probably one of those depressive guys but I still wish to say something, hope you don't mind. And try to read it in a wider perspective because my English knowledge is not like yours.I read somewhere that you had been a competive rower before and now after quitting that you have been more of a family man. I think you miss the daily training and the competive side of you which must have been a big part of your daily life back then. I think that this might have had a negative side affect on your hair. You have been changing in a way you don't like or have thought of. With this your hair loss have become more visible/unacceptable for you. I think you want to have that control of yourself you had back then with training. I believe since sports seem to mean so much for your that you simply need to start training regulary, something that keeps you in shape.I think you know you are good looking man because you are! But you are just not comfortable with the shape you are in. I say this because I was a very competive sportsman until I got my knee injury. I never realized or more that I didn't wanna believe it that my knee was this injured that I will have to operate it. Now that I know it will be better and operated, I feel so much better, this is something I have waited for.What I'm saying is that you need to start training, something that keep you in shape. You know you are good looking. The problem is just that your hair loss have taken some control of you since you stopped training and when you stopped training you also lost your shape you was in. This is just my thoughts. And when you think about what Magmababe said about that you got a wonderful daughter, wife, home , job and friends etc. What is it that you miss so much ? It can't be the your hair, right ? correct me if I'm wrong here!
MB you are right I have everything really, a great girl who still insists she wants to marry me asap. A cracking daughter who is noisy but delightful I live in a great place, in a great house with a great job. I know i am extremely well off. Also Magma, you have been a great mate - i think i will forgo my Yorkshire tendancies and the drink is on me eh?
Right I am off to a wedding now (I am doing a reading) (finally found one Magma), and the guy getting married could really do with your advice. He is heavily balding and has resisted the temptation to go anywhere near sly!
Have a great weekend people - thanks for your support, sorry for the occasional negativity and i hope you dont mind too much I will try and balance it with the occasional bout of british sarcasm!