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  Psoriasis sufferers feel a special kind of dread around the holidays and it's called: The Holiday Photo The group selfies with your colleagues all gussied up for the office holiday party. The tag-football team photo with your family at Thanksgiving. The close-up of you and your significant other under the mistletoe. The surprise engagement and the photo of your hands as he slips a gorgeous ring on your finger. You have a default pose of course. Just the right angle that hides your current flare-up. But sometimes? The angle is so awkward it looks like you're being held hostage....

  Alisha Bridges has lived and thrived with psoriatic disease for over two decades. She is a blogger and health advocate who strives to inspire others with her story of living with a chronic condition. She shares insights and helpful tips from her experiences and holistic approaches to help manage her chronic condition.  Many of us living with psoriasis do so in shame. The itchy, flaky, inflamed spots are embarrassing enough to cause depression, isolation, and anxiety. Have you ever felt alone with your condition, as if no one around you understands the negative impact psoriasis causes in your life? There...

Psoriasis is a difficult condition to treat. It can flare up at various times and most psoriasis treatments only offer partial relief. Individuals feel trapped in their own bodies because of the ups and downs of this condition. Many individuals can't live normal lives because they're embarrassed and are always trying to cover up their condition. And while steroids can be detrimental to our skin and body, research shows dermatologists still commonly prescribe them to treat this chronic skin condition. But, as temporarily helpful as they can be, corticosteroids come with a lot of side effects. This is why it's better to...

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