Worth Watching: Sheila Bridges Speaks On Ongoing Battle with Alopecia…

Renowned interior designer, Shelia Bridges is the latest guest to appear on Oprah: Where Are They Now.

Known for her trademark curly hair, Bridges was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that led her to go bald in 2004 and will be discussing her ongoing battle with alopecia.

Oprah: Where Are They Now is slated to air Sunday 10pm on OWN Network.

9 Responses to “Worth Watching: Sheila Bridges Speaks On Ongoing Battle with Alopecia…”

  1. Thiago

    What an inspiring woman. She’s the one who got me into interior design, and seeing her striving so hard has made a big impression on me. All the work I’m doing on my house this summer is with her work in mind. Thiago | http://www.roslay.com.au/products

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  2. Cambria Rhay

    That’s heartbreaking that she has had to go through all that. But what an inspiration to all that suffer with Alopecia for them to hear from someone, like them, battling the disease. I remember her curly hair and her amazing interior design work. Hopefully, she can recover and still work in design. http://www.homeswithallure.com

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    • Abed Nadier

      I agree Cambria, it’s great of her to be a spokesperson for people with Alopecia. My friend in high school suffered with that and he said he felt really alone. It’s nice that more people can share their struggles together. My wife really loves her interior design work and so she’s always looking up her stuff online. In fact, she’s basing the whole style of our house on a design that Sheila created. http://accentondesigninc.ca/services/

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  3. Julia Carlson

    I think it’s amazing that losing her hair doesn’t faze her. Especially when it’s her trademark. I drew a lot of inspiration for my home from her work. I hope she feels well soon. http://www.divinedecorkc.com

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