I recently wrote a piece for the Psoriasis Association which was published today. My experience with the skin condition is something that I have not had the confidence to share as much as I have Juvenile Arthritis. So I was delighted when the charity gave me the opportunity and a[Read More…]
As part of my work with Versus Arthritis’ radio takeover campaign, an article on my motivation behind raising awareness has been published on their website.
Psoriatic arthritis (often shorted to ‘PsA’) is a type of arthritis that normally impacts people who have the more commonly known psoriasis skin condition.
My latest article for Psoriatic-Arthritis.com has been published. A reflective journal approach to a typical week managing psoriatic arthritis.
My first article for Psoriatic-Arthritis.com has been published
In this post, I take a lighthearted look at what distractions I use when the pain’s too much and I’m at the end of my rope. Let us know how you cope?
I am delighted to announce that I have been asked to be a community advocate for popular American website Psoriatic-Arthritis.com. At psoriatic-arthritis.com, they aim to: empower people living with this chronic health condition and caregivers to take control of psoriatic arthritis by providing a platform to learn, educate, and connect[Read More…]
This is a difficult post for me to write. Finally, I went to the doctors today to disclose the deterioration of my mental health as my physical challenges progress. As a man, it feels like failure but I have to remind myself that it takes a strong person to recognise[Read More…]
Living with an autoimmune disease isn’t easy. When your own body attacks itself, in my case, the fight can start anywhere. Over the years I’ve had it in my joints, liver, eyes, skin and muscle damage and depending on where it is, is what it’s called; arthritis, fatty liver, uveitis,[Read More…]
Any new diagnosis requires a period of adjustment, time to come to terms with the implications and a good support network around you – however, arthritis is particularly challenging. The chances are it’s a condition you have to manage for the rest of your life, dealing with pain along with[Read More…]