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Serenity Versus Mommy and the Hair Comb: the battle with doing hair of a little girl with sensory processing issues.

on November 13, 2013

Serenity and My Urban Autistic Perspective

Before Autism took over Serenity, doing her hair was easy. Once the Autism set in, it got harder and harder to do her hair, as she would not let me near her hair with a comb, a brush… She didn’t even want it washed! Now, at first, I attributed our war to the fact that she has natural ‘Motherland Hair’ (that’s what I call our thick Afros) like me. I felt that since I passed on all of my thick, course lusciousness to her, this was the reason for the hair wars every time. But then, it got worse and worse. She screamed relentlessly. If you were to pass by our home while I was doing her hair, you would have sworn I was attempting to murder my own child. Shoot, you would have probably wanted to call Child and Family Services!

Sylvester and I tried everything to calm her…

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