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In addition, my thoughts and opinions change from time to time I consider this a necessary consequence of having an open and growth mindset.

This weblog is intended to provide a semi-permanent point in time snapshot and manifestation of all kinds of feelings, thoughts and knowledge running around my brain as I explore a new life with Psoriasis having been diagnosed with it in September 29, 2020. And as such any thoughts and opinions expressed may be out-of-date. Please use any information with caution. I will not be liable for any action taken because of my post as they are purely informational.

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Manunggal Camp with a 27 Month Old Toddler

Originally posted on The WANDER (FULL) LIFE:
Despite the pandemic and the still uncertain times, we choose to see beyond and appreciate the outdoors just like what we did on the 1st weekend of 2020 – we opened it on a camp at Sirao Peak with closest of friends. 2020 Welcome Flashback @ Sirao Peak…

Confidently Weird

I’m no John Baptist but it’s heartwarming to have a bit of his bravery now and then. He was a weird fellow, very confident in what God thinks of him that he didn’t mind what the world thinks. I remembered I use to be that person, weirdly confident in my weirdness that no amount ofContinue reading “Confidently Weird”

From PCOS to Seborrheic Dermatitis to a Possible Psoriasis

This was the longest check-up marathon of someone who hated medical check-ups. 5 different doctors in a span of 2 weeks. If there’s another thing to thank in this quarantine, it is appreciating the rise of telemedicine. Without it, for sure, the already delayed check-ups would be delayed further as we all know, going toContinue reading “From PCOS to Seborrheic Dermatitis to a Possible Psoriasis”

Oct 25 Forehead update! Almost gone!

The Day I Was Diagnosed with Psoriasis

25 days has passed since the diagnosis but it still feels surreal (pso-real). Thankfully, unlike the first week, I already have days where I woke up feeling psor-free.  Psoriasis is a long-lasting, noncontagious[4] autoimmune disease characterized by raised areas of abnormal skin.[5] These areas are typically red, or purple on some people with darker skin,[8] dry, itchy, and scaly.[3] Psoriasis varies in severity from small,Continue reading “The Day I Was Diagnosed with Psoriasis”

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