The uvb had pretty much banished all but the odd patch of psoriasis I had. Now, less than 6 weeks after my treatment ended, it’s back with a vengeance - inside my ears, behind my ears (the worst!) and all over my scalp.
I have a review with the dermatologist on November 29th but I just feel so down and disheartened by the whole experience.
I hope your ears aren’t too sore, Chris 😓
Way to go Hope! Fantastic post!
I’m with you on the ginormous boobs and no butt thing. I still haven’t got to grips with loving the way I look, though. I just don’t give a crap about negative opinions. A so called friend has often made jibes about my appearance - most recently it was a haircut I’d had. My response to him - you’re entitled to your opinion but for me, I’d have to care more about you and about that opinion for it to have any impact one me. Thankfully, I couldn’t care less. He’s kept his mouth shut since then 😉 xx
I’ve struggled massively, on and off, since my teens. Sometimes it’s overwhelming. I think the psoriasis and PsA make it worse.
As I just posted elsewhere, mindfulness / meditation really helps me to relax and focus. Not to say I’ve not been medicated, previously, and o think if clinical depression is an issue then a chemical response coupled with therapy is very effective.
I’m a firm believer in doing what’s good for you. I hope you’re not feeling too down right now, but if ever you need an ear, I’m here, as are so many others, it seems 🤗
Acceptance of myself, mindfulness / meditation and just trying to see the best in any situation. I’ve cut out the people who bring me down and concentrate on those who keep my mood up.
If all else fails, a few pints of real ale (I’m with you, @CassieRose) always help make me feel comfortable and helps with the PsA aches and pains, temporarily!
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