Tags » Psoriatic Arthritis

Chronic Illness and a Possible Perk

I’ve been having a decent length of feeling okay.  By okay I don’t mean like the average not chronically ill person.  I still dealt with a lot of chronic pain and all of my mental health stuff – but more often than not I was still able to function. 248 more words

Borderline Personality Disorder

Week 1 Healing Psoriasis Inside Out

And so here our story begins, actually continues, however this time we feel we are getting somewhere. My husband has suffered from severe psoriasis for the last 15 years. 480 more words


Molecular Mechanisms in Psoriatic Arthritis (PRA 2015)

Psoriatic arthritis is one of the spondyloarthropathies. Dr. Paulo Lorenzo discusses the mechanisms involved in the development of the disease. And following identification of inflammatory pathways and cellular involvement, he presents the latest on biologic treatment for the disease. 59 more words


The Dance


This illness and I are long time companions intertwined and inseparable partners in this dance we call our life.

Never to know any other partner again but we know one another better than any other. 423 more words



As I mentioned in my previous post, the reason for starting this blog was my recent flare up. I am hoping sharing my experiences would encourage me to be more conscious of my diet and be more active in managing the symptoms of this disease. 235 more words


My new normal

I’ve been away from my blog for a few weeks, and I’d love to pretend my extended absence was due to some wild adventure. But alas, I wasn’t scaling the glaciers of Mt. 590 more words


The New Astronomy of the Human Gut: Mapping the signature constellations of our microbiome

The Autoimmune Protocol is founded on evidence that gut health is the key to reversing systemic inflammation and autoimmune symptoms.

According to recent research, it turns out that particular microbiome ‘signatures’ in the human gut can be linked to specific autoimmune conditions. 711 more words