I didn't have any real middle school or high school flings.I do remember dating a guy in high school for a short period of time who broke up with me without ever telling me why.However, if your outbreaks are easily hidden, and you’re not spending your dates going swimming, then you might be able to give the relationship a chance to grow.Of course, before you get intimate, you will need to explain your condition.My guess is my looks and disease had something to do with it, and I assume the teasing from other classmates probably became too much for him to bear.Things started to become better once I went off to college, I dated a lot more, and there were more options for a potential mate.
I apologise for not being around, but I have been seriously ill over the last few months. There might be some slight errors in the translation as I done it myself.
Taken back I quickly looked away and put my focus on something elsewhere.
Soon after my friend and I made our closing statements and he walked away.
Growing up with psoriasis I figured it would be impossible for me to find someone that I was not only comfortable with enough to show my skin, but someone who would also accept my condition. Let's just say I wasn't the ideal beauty back then.
I was tall, bony, had really big lips, suffered from acne and to top it off I had psoriasis.
While the ideal scenario would be for your love interest to have had a parent or sibling with psoriasis and already know that it’s not contagious and to be familiar with the appearance and flares…that’s probably not going to happen.