I once nicked a pint glass of vodka and orange off Lemmy...
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i met the love of my life amid flare ups. i was open about it and he accepted it as part of me. from the start he would go to doctor appointments, he doesn't mind the shedding all over him. but this didn't come easy, when my spots first started showing i wore short clothes so my legs were exposed, ppl who knew me were saying that i had AIDS, that was extremely hurtful, but they were not important to me. during my years with it some accepted and some stopped talking to me. be brave to be open about it, at the end of it they either want you or dont. Support is a great thing, don't know where i would have been without it. you deserve nothing less.
Your not alone. Dwelling why my skin is the way it is made me depressed & my skin worse. Since having kids. I've experienced the love & acceptance that I seek. Its covers 37% of my body & I do have my bad days but ive learned to avoid the looks & the feeling of being uncomfortable. Enjoy life, go hiking, nature walks or whatever you enjoy. Having Posriasis seems like a hiding game but I'm a mother now. I lead by example. I have 3 girls & I want them to be love themselves and be confident in their own skin.