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Love, Sex, and Psoriasis

As many as 70 percent of people with psoriasis say the condition impacts their sexual relationships. Learn more about what you can do to ease symptoms and improve intimacy.

By National Psoriasis Foundation

9 Things a Spouse Can Do to Help Psoriatic Arthritis

From honest communication to helping with chores, here are some ways a spouse can help with psoriatic arthritis.

By Claire Gillespie

Psoriatic Arthritis Taught Me Self-Acceptance

Diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis after her daughter was born, Casey had a hard road with chronic illness. Here's how she learned to live with her condition.

By Casey Nilsson

I'm Pregnant and My Spouse is Deployed: How I Get Through

There are many things I can’t control, like when I get to talk to my husband, when he’s coming home, and when our little baby will be born.

By Julie Cerrone Croner

What I Learned From “Remission Guilt”

Being in remission from psoriasis can make you feel guilty and alienated from those with active disease. Here’s how one woman got over it.

By Alisha Bridges

The Unspoken Rules of Love When You Have a Chronic Condition

When you have a chronic condition like psoriatic arthritis, your partner is affected too. Here’s how to be supportive and understanding of one another.

By Casey Nilsson