By Tami Seretti, as told to Keri Wiginton
For me, one of the hardest things about psoriasis is that people can see it. And sometimes they have really odd reactions to it. When my disease is active, some people tell me I need to use a certain soap or shampoo, as if I don’t bathe. Psoriatic disease of the joints is the exact opposite. You can’t see it. People will tell me it doesn’t look like there’s anything wrong with me.
They’ll ask, “Why is this so hard for you?”
I’ve felt like I was at war with myself. I’ve had my thumb…