Courtney Stodden Regrets Shaving Her Head After Miscarriage

Here's What Courtney Stodden Bought to Help Her Cope with Her Miscarriage
Courtney Stodden is taking serious steps to help her deal with the loss of her unborn child.
Courtney Stodden Opens Up Following Miscarriage
Courtney Stodden is still reeling after suffering a miscarriage.

Losing all of her hair hasn’t necessarily helped her heal, according to Courtney Stodden. The former teen bride, who suffered a miscarriage this summer, now regrets shaving her head in an attempt to move on from the loss.

I’m just feeling a little lost right now,” Stodden tells Entertainment Tonight. “I thought shaving my head would give me some kind of relief from the pain I’ve been experiencing… but it hasn’t.”

Stodden parted ways with her signature blonde locks in August after losing her first child with husband Doug Hutchison. At the time, the 22-year-old claimed the major hair transformation was a symbol of a “new chapter” in her life.

Since then, Stodden has been wearing wigs to cover up her bare head.

“I’m wearing wigs in order to try and make myself feel like I used to feel before all of this stuff happened,” she explains. “I almost feel like I’m trying to find myself all over again… or maybe find myself for the first time in my life. I don’t know.”

To cope with the miscarriage, Stodden also penned an open letter to her unborn child and bought a “reborn baby” — a lifelike doll that looks almost identical to an infant — as a way to grieve.

“I’ll never get over this… losing you,” she wrote in a note addressed to her baby. “My tears may never stop falling like drops of rain whenever I think of losing you but I pray to God that you know how much I love you.”