Ask most women, mainly because they usually will have more hair to spare, and they will tell you that when making a break from the monotony of life becomes imperative and yet there seems to be no clear-cut end in sight; getting a haircut can be a therapeutic intervention in itself.
The reason a haircut trumps booze, retail therapy and even a spa treat, is in it’s longer shelf life than most things.
Each day you get up and see yourself with a new do and love or hate it, it’s there to stay till it grows out. Again, on its own steam…no amount of prayers or animal sacrifices will make it grow. This too, teaches a lesson. A very deep and important lesson viz: if you have an overly chubby face and double chins, don’t go getting your hair cut out of a desire to restore the cosmos’ s balance.
That ain’t ever gonna happen and you’ll spend the next 3 months looking like a super-chunky female but with nicely perky hair!
Ah catharsis. Thou art overrated and seldom achieved in one go!