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“Mom, I cannot take it any more.” These words are truly heartbreaking for a parent to hear from their child, especially when we feel powerless to do anything.
Blogger Ashley Wall tells us how growing up with eczema affected her experience in the classroom and with her peers, and shares her advice for children with eczema.
“To live with eczema is to ﬁght a war for control of your own body—with the goal of enjoying life, even temporarily, as people with normal skin do.” Kaspar Mossman, describes his life spent with eczema.
Guest blogger Ashley Wall shares how social media helped her accept her eczema and empower others.
We asked a group of children with eczema to explain what it’s like living with this condition. Here’s what they told us and the pictures they drew when words weren’t enough.
Guest blogger Mei shares her advice for managing the emotional difficulties of caring for an infant with severe eczema.
When my son was first diagnosed with eczema, laundry was the furthest thing from my mind.
“We watched our child go from a girl who was happy about school, to someone who didn’t want to go. She frequently cried about going to school and seemed depressed… We realized that more had to be done to help our daughter be successful in school.”
Tom talks about dealing with an adult diagnosis of AD.