Balding men need more emotional support

A new study by a group of (I can only assume) balding researchers suggests that individuals who experience hair loss can get a little fragile.  Behold:

Many of those with hair loss reported no emotional problems, but a "significant minority" were found to be at risk of serious psychosocial consequences - including depression, anxiety, lower self-esteem and identity change, according to the report's author, health psychologist Dr Nigel Hunt.

So, you'd all better be extra nice to me, lest I go nuts, change my name to Nyarlathotep and join a Norwegian Black Metal band. Here's an artist's conception:


You've been warned. And just so you know, I construe "emotional support" to mean "expensive gifts, lavish vacations, and epic poems composed in my honour". Get crackin', kids! The clock is running.