Well Rosey, i own nothing and live in a shared house and drive a crappy car thats 18 years that may end up scrapped, my old volkswagon loopy, what a hunk of junk, Mot due wednesday, its going to fail so, if cost too much, i will scrap it and buy another piece of junk for a year :) yep, i am poor but okay, just me and and my flakes and oh my lady, hopefully we be together one day :)
When I was a child, I wanted to be a musketeer (was a bad ass tomboy at the time) I had the sword, clothes, shoes everything. I was pretending to be Aramis and my brother was Athos but...he was my horse as well. lol. I had to have a horse and well, my brother was there. (kill 2 birds with one stone). When I got to 16, we were still playing musketeers. (I was a very naive girl) After that, I fantasized about becoming a nun but...I fell pregnant with my first boyfriend. lol.
I went to the Dead Sea, Ein Bokek, Oct 17 for 2 weeks. My psoriasis cleared 95% in that time and continued to get better and better weeks after returning. I was clear for about 8/9 months keeping a good diet etc.
It’s the sunlight there that is the main key to success, not the salt water.... (I talked to lots of people from all over the world in Israel, who had been returning to the Dead Sea for years, some of which had 70%of their body covered at their worst!!!!) they swore by it.... I’d highly recommend if it’s affordable. 👍🏼
Hi Rosie. Psoriasis can lead to sexual dysfunction, lack of libido can happen too. As we know Psoriasis can affect any part of your body and one can feel ashamed when having it in areas where people can't see like the genitals. It can become sore and uncomfortable and with that it can lead to sexual dysfunction as well. Plus, having visible raised, red plaques anywhere on your body can make you feel self-conscious. When deciding to have sex, explain to your partner what you have and what it is so it doesn't come as a surprise to them. Accept your condition and make peace with the fact that you will always have P. One thing I've learned was to date someone for a while and let them get use to the Psoriasis. Once you have accepted your condition, you will see it won't bother your partner. Some people are shallow but don't let that make you miserable. Not everybody is as we think they are. Judgmental etc. Boost yourself confidence. Be the person you were meant to be and do not hide your true self because of P. Believe me, you will be happier once you've accepted your condition. YOu can still look beautiful, saxxxxy and you can still turn heads while having P. Chin up girl and go look in the mirror and see the person you really are. I was 90% covered at a stage so I know how you feel. You can overcome this insecurity. Believe in yourself. :)