Help my princess...

Philippines
April 10, 2007 3:45am CST
My gf feels so sorry with the sickness she haves but i always tell her that she has to accept things as it is meant to be, that there are also persons who has this disease. Can somebody atleast post up and say something to my gf that she doesnt have to feel sorry for her condition. I just want her to realize that psoriasis isnt that bad, that you just have to adjust with it and live with it, but it would be much better if ull say something for her, and then she wud feel good for her self... God bless and thanx... :-)
6 responses
• Philippines
10 Apr 07
Im not really familiar with psoriasis but based from the picture, i would figure it's a skin disease? ANyway, to your girlfried, i would like to say first that you are very lucky that you have someone like leonaidus who stands by you and loves you so even if you are sick. I think that's already one thing that you should be thankful for. Just always be strong and have faith that you will be cured or healed in time.. God bless you.
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• Philippines
10 Apr 07
thanxs a lot purplehaze, it will help her a lot to get through with her problem.You know what, she always cry a lot with her condition, if i cud just help her ease the pain, but again with the likes of you who help her realize that life wasnt that bad at all, she will feel happy and in the long run will feel at ease with her condition. I just want her to feel comfortable with the disease she has right now. God bless and thankyou very much for the help. Thanx again. :-)
• Philippines
11 Apr 07
You're welcome leonaidus! I think it would be more appropriate to say that it's people like you who stand by her and cares for her despite her sickness is who will definitely make her feel better. Just also be strong for her always and make her feel your presence and support. Im sure just by being there by her side is more effective than a thousand words of encouragement from us. :)
• Philippines
12 Apr 07
but with people like you, is where i gather my strength too... my gf and i where blessed to have you... you let her realize the beauty of this world, because there are real people like you... Godbless..
• United States
11 Apr 07
I know all to well the feelings that your girlfriend is having at the moment. I have lived with psoriasis since I was fourteen years old. It has been a bumpy road for me, but it has helped to have someone caring beside me, and make me understand that despite this disease I am still a beautiful person. As to is your girlfriend. No matter how bad it may become, she will always be beautiful. It is not her fault that she has this disease, and there isn't much that could have prevented it from flairing up. Here is a site that I think will be helpful for both you and girlfriend www.psoriasisconnect.com. This site has helped me over come some of my self-esteem issues and has helped my husband understand more about the disease as well. I wish you both well.
11 Apr 07
Hi Leonaidus, I just joined and actually no intend to discuss p but stumbled over your postings incidently. I was a sufferer for a good 32 yrs (started when I was 14 yrs)but got cured - or at least got rid of all the symptoms - using some ointments from Thailand. According to the suppliers it's a 100% herbal remedy and it did not only help me but also my wife and two friends. Best stuff I ever came accross in my life. You can contact the sellers under siamconnections@gmail.com Certainly worth a try. All the best for you and your girlfriend and don't get frustrated for you both share something far more precious than having a smooth skin: Love!
• Philippines
12 Apr 07
Every one... im in so much happiness because your here to make my princess smile, weve just been talking last night and we were planning to make a remedy for condition, by the looks of it, thanx for the post ill try to contact them as soon as possible, right now i cant wait for her to read your posts, definitely she'l be happy for what you have said to her.. Godbless... hmmm... I want her to feel happy and secure with her condition.. cuz i believe all of us are beautiful inside and out... :)
• Philippines
12 Apr 07
thanx for the info jonas jayjay, i do really need some info so i can gather up the best medication for her condition. Godbless and keep it up my friend.
13 Apr 07
Hi Leonaidus, Just have a look at my profile for I did upload a few pics for you and your gf showing the effects the ointments mentioned before had on me and my friends. Cheers and God bless :-)
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
hey my friend you really did help me out.. thanx a lot.. my princess will surely gonna be happy with ur support.. Godbless... :-)
13 Apr 07
My pleasure pal... :-)
• United States
13 Apr 07
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.... go to AMAZON.com or any bookstore and look up ISBN 0962884707 or Healing Psoriasis: The Natural Alternative y DR. John O.A. Pagano It's the best $20 bucks i've EVER spent. CHANGED my life. seriously I know hearing that may sound like something to good to be true...but as fed up as i was i figured what's another $20 bucks...(and on amazon it isn't even $20)...i figured i've tried everything else why not try reading more about what i have.... i requested you as a friend... i'd like to hear if your girlfriend gets it, and gets better like i did.. best of luck.
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
hey gsxxychic thankyou verymuch..love the support indeed... ill need all the support i can have for my princess.. Godspeed and Godbless you.. :-)
• United States
13 Apr 07
I can't stress to you enough how true this book is. It will break down every detail of what psoriasis REALLY is, and not the crappy explanatioin you get from these so called doctors that say "your healthy....you just have psoriasis"
@cardizon (223)
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
i started to have patches when i was in first year high school. take note, first year high. it was a time when puberty sprouts. it was also a beginning of building my confidence with the opposite gender(supposed to be!) but having psoriasis on my scalp made me withdraw. i hated it when my boy classmates look at my scalp and ask "What the heck is that?" i felt i was some freak or something. i felt i was different and that no one understood me. what was more frustrating was that part of the side effects of my disease was having bad hair. i felt i was not the courting-type. but along came my friends. they accepted me. i was liberated. i realized im no different than they are as i thought i was. i realized these differences were the building blocks of the strong person i was. i had a boyfriend, my first, whom i shared very fun and sweet memories with. i was at the top of the class consistently. of course its not always sunny day for me. there were depressions and stuff but i noticed that psoriasis only worsened with every stress i inflict on myself. i learned that positive thinking somehow clears it away. so tell your princess to think positive. feel beautiful. feel free. there are more people out there who are less fortunate. she is fortunate enough to have you as a partner. give her support. her lack of confidence is as stubborn as psorias so YOUr confidence for her and support should not wane when she is down. "persistence" as my husband always say.
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
thanx cardizon, yours words are enough to give me strength to push on encourage my princess to smile and shine... i cant wait to come home and tell her all iur words are for real and with this its enough for her to be comfortable with such situation, i only wish for her nothing but the best... thankyou so much... :-)
@cardizon (223)
• Philippines
13 Apr 07
i started to have patches when i was in first year high school. take note, first year high. it was a time when puberty sprouts. it was also a beginning of building my confidence with the opposite gender(supposed to be!) but having psoriasis on my scalp made me withdraw. i hated it when my boy classmates look at my scalp and ask "What the heck is that?" i felt i was some freak or something. i felt i was different and that no one understood me. what was more frustrating was that part of the side effects of my disease was having bad hair. i felt i was not the courting-type. but along came my friends. they accepted me. i was liberated. i realized im no different than they are as i thought i was. i realized these differences were the building blocks of the strong person i was. i had a boyfriend, my first, whom i shared very fun and sweet memories with. i was at the top of the class consistently. of course its not always sunny day for me. there were depressions and stuff but i noticed that psoriasis only worsened with every stress i inflict on myself. i learned that positive thinking somehow clears it away. so tell your princess to think positive. feel beautiful. feel free. there are more people out there who are less fortunate. she is fortunate enough to have you as a partner. give her support. her lack of confidence is as stubborn as psorias so YOUr confidence for her and support should not wane when she is down. "persistence" as my husband always say.