It's ok Sinita, I am not forced to stay single I choose to, I dispise this disease so much, maybe if it was just me with it I wouldn't be so bad but when I'm forced to see my baby every day with it all over his body it's like twisting a knife into a wound...my baby is 21 lol and thank goodness he was not brought up around the cruel people I was, kids are so much more open minded and understanding then when I went to school...his outlook on this disease is different to mine...I'm thankful for that...and I do not regret giving birth to him for 1minute and would do it all over again...I have 2young grandsons and they have no sign of it yet thank god...I have good friends and a great family...I do treat myself and love going to the movies...I just make t
@cindy i was married for 12. Hope you really will change your mind. You are worth to live now, to enjoy life now, worth to smile and laungh now. Ok, mayb without a man, but small treats for ourselves are improving quality of the life. For example dancing, going out with good friends, going to cinema. Being in public and socialising. I cannot imagine myself losing it all...
For real lol the first guy I dated after p besides my ex husband broke up with me after 3 months because it turned out 'he wasn't physically attracted to me' ... Talk about a harsh blow, there went the confidence I had built up in the year before that. Who knows how long it'll take but the right person has got to be worth the wait. Sorry.. wrong kind of story probably..
My happy story is that I have a husband who has done so much to help me in every way. They are out there ... it just takes time to find the right one. My only suggestion is that if your Psor is in a visible place like your arms dont cover up. If he is interested enough to come talk to you regardless he has passed the first test lol
I've tried so many over the years it's frustrating. I remember when I was about 7 the dermatologist telling my mom to have my hair cut. Like that fixes it. Tar shampoo never really helped, and I use head and shoulders now. I've tried coconut oil but haven't tried adding jojoba. I haven't heard of some of these but will talk to the pharmacist. My dream one day is to wear a black shirt without snowing on myself
Me too its a nightmare trying to find holiday clothes that give a light enough cover without exposing the skin .I just find it so embarrassing its on my arms & legs & I am constantly aware of it & trying to cover up .have even started taking villa holidays so we have our own private pool .I think this awful disease makes you feel socially inadequate .