Chances are if you have psoriasis you are NOT comfortable in your own skin due to others not understanding your condition. This condition obviously effects your skin, but the worse effects of psoriasis are emotional.
Bring awareness to psoriasis, post and share your psoriasis story with others in this community to know you are not alone and to help others understand your symptoms and complications.
Share your suggestions for explaining your condition to family, friends and even strangers.What would you like others to know?
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:World Psoriasis Day - Are you comfortable in your skin?Chances are if you have psoriasis you are NOT comfortable in your own skin due to others not understanding your condition. This condition obviously effects your skin, but the worse effects of psoriasis are emotional.<br /><br />Bring awareness to psoriasis, <b>post and share your psoriasis story with others in this community </b>to know you are not alone and to help others understand your symptoms and complications.<br /><br />For more information - <br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/psoriasis/default.htm">Psoriasis Health Center </a> <br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.worldpsoriasisday.com">World Psoriasis Day - October 29, 2012</a> <br /><br /><b>Share your suggestions for explaining your condition to family, friends and even strangers.</b> <b>What would you like others to know?</b><br /><br />Elizabeth
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