I suffered from eczema since I was a child and it continued well into my adulthood before I managed to find a cure and permanently got rid of it. After I healed, I promised myself that I would do everything in my power to make sure that my daughter Christine wouldn’t have to go through the same life experiences that I did, because as you know, eczema is hereditary, so I was really concerned for her getting this condition through our family genes. I was absolutely devastated when I noticed the first signs of eczema on her. Christine was only 8 years old at the time and to be honest, it wasn’t the itching, redness and scaling that worried me much, but the inevitable embarrassing moments at school, the whispers from classmates and the overall negative impact on her social life – all of the things I went through myself.
It can be very traumatising for a child to have relationship problems at school with their fellow classmates, let alone when it’s also combined with eczema symptoms in visible areas.
When I was at school, my eczema first appeared around my wrists and elbows, occasionally it would also spread to around my neck area. During winter months and colder periods it wasn’t much of a problem, because my arms would be covered by long-sleeve tops. However, during summer and hot weather, it was a totally different story…
I could keep on wearing long sleeves and drench in sweat, while looking like a complete weirdo or otherwise put up with whispers behind my back, never-ending questions about my "disease" and teachers thinking I was a victim of domestic violence, because the red patchy parts on my skin looked like I was beaten by someone.
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