Sizakele Mdluli-Chaplin writes with utmost boldness and honesty as she invites all readers to walk alongside her as she tells her story of living with the incurable condition of Alopecia.
This is a book that crosses racial and social classes, religious and educational hierarchies. No one is immune, and everyone is vulnerable.
What defines beauty? What steps are we willing to take to seek approval from the world’s definition of “beauty?” At what time do we take a stand and say, “I am beautiful, no matter what!” Sizakele addresses these issues and questions the readers’ own conscience by asking the reader , “What if this happened to you?” “What would you do?”
If you’ve living with Alopecia, Sizakele understands. If you know someone with Alopecia or have heard the term, Sizakele educates you through this informative book.
After reading Enough Already! Overcoming the stigmas of Alopecia,you will gain a new respect for the psychological effects of Alopecia. Sizakele gives you all the tools you need to persevere: transparency, truths and myths, a sense of what to expect; she’s a lifelong friend who will hold your hand through each step of your journey. So open the first page and start walking beside Sizakele on her journey. Trust her , believe in her, and know that you are beautiful. You are beautiful!