“I continue to feel blessed. If I can do this, anyone else can do it.”
J’s ‘Becoming Psoriasis Free’ Diary Notes
October 2018: I feel real angry that I took a drug that caused this psoriasis flare. And it was a doctor that prescribed it.
I feel helpless. I’m depressed and suffer from anxiety. But I also have a wonderful husband, Tim, who supports me. And a team of co-workers educated in human services who understand what I’m going through. They look at my arms and legs and can see the changes from week to week.
They cheer me on and continue to support me. I couldn’t do this without them or Tim.
During this journey I cried and asked Tim to shoot me. His response was “Hell, then I have to pay for a funeral. Spinach is cheaper. I’ll just buy you more spinach.” Another time he joked about spreading my flakes (rather than ashes) while I was still alive.
I decided to stop crying and put on my big girl panties. I knew I didn’t want to die. I’ve got way too much to be thankful for.
October 14: I started the [FreedomFromPsoriasis] protocol and took the first photograph of my legs.
October 26: I reread all the information on the Freedom From Psoriasis website. Three times! And I took notes. I’d missed some important points.
And then my life changed before our eyes. We (my husband and I) took photos. It was pretty amazing.
October 31: It’s been two days that I’m totally off all pharmaceutical medications. Natural blood pressure control with this protocol. And I no longer have brain fog.
November 15: It’s been one month and 1 day and my legs are almost clear.
November 23: My belly had been covered with psoriasis. I didn’t take any photos of this. My belly is now clear.
November 24: I took a photo of the Life Extension Super K and wrote that it was “The Right Stuff.” (Because I’d been using another capsule form which didn’t work as well)
December 2: The past two months felt like two years. I continue to feel blessed. If I can do this, anyone else can do it.
Thank you, thank you, thank you. All my research tells me that it can help anyone that wants to work hard and stick to it. It’s not easy. It takes patience. And sacrifice. But how desperate do you have to feel from having this disease before you’re willing to take a chance on healing? I was desperate. I took the chance
December 9: I’m feeling real blessed, to say the least. I guess Santa Claus came early this year!
J – December 2018