My ex turned thirty and was disposing of every grey hair. Several years later I noticed when he removed grey hairs from his scalp. Suddenly his hair was grey free and a darker colour. When I questioned him he denied using a rinse. His attire changed as well wearing a shirt with the top two buttons undone exposing the hair on his chest. His jeans were those worn by a teenager, shorts as well. His choice of music varied between our age group and the music of the youth. Conversation on important issues ceased. My youngest daughter admitted colouring his hair. Even his drinking pattern changed often binge drinking. The wrinkles appeared, though slowly. He would stand at the mirror examining his face. Age was catching up and there were no enhancing compositions back then. In reality I pitied him. In his early forties his eyesight became a problem, rather than wearing glasses he used contact lenses. We were divorced at this stage, my daughter stayed in touch. At age sixty he no longer coloured his hair, it was completely white but the two buttons were undone and the clothing was that of the youth of the times. They live in constant fear of aging which is pitiful.
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