i used to relax my hair since i was 6 and i stopped doing that and started transitioning at 14 but this journey was really hard to me bc i know nothing about my real hair and being so obsessed with curly hair made do that but my hair is so damaged in the front I literally did alot of things to improve it but nothing changed its so short and ugly and the back of my hair is so curly and healthy so i just decided to relax it and start transitioning all over again and im never gonna use heat on it i will just keep taking care of it so my new growth is gonna be so healthy and also i want to have the same hair length so what do you think guys do you think that is really gonna work bc the only solution for my hair is chopping all of it and i want be bald please help me im so done and i feel like i want to cry :(

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Relaxing your hair won't fix whatever damage was already there. The new growth should be healthy regardless of whether your hair is curly or straight. Personally, I'd say transition without the relaxer ( a lot of people transition from heat damage). If the length disparity is upsetting you, you can cut the rest of your hair to match lengths or you can style the short front hair into curly bangs (using flexirods) until it grows out. 
So you want to big chop?
Relaxing your hair is really adding to a problem that already exists. I would recommend looking deeper into a regimen that works for your hair, time, and budget, and doing all you can to get healthy hair. The only way to really do this on severely damaged hair is by big chopping.