Posts Tagged ‘eczema parents’

6 Steps to Improve The Confidence Of Children With Eczema

By Aradhana Pandey (Bio below) Preparing your little one for school ought to be one of the proudest moments of your life. It seems like just yesterday that you held them in your warm embrace for the first time. Today, you see them all grown up and set to face a brand new chapter in their life. Until now, your child…

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How Does One Family Go GAPS? – One Pot of Soup at a Time

How Does One Family go GAPS? – One Pot of Soup at a Time By Ronit Feinglass Plank (bio below) Well, it’s happened. I, a former vegan, have animal parts in my refrigerator. Seriously, there are all kinds in there: steaks, turkey breasts, lamb shanks, fish filets, sausage, ribs, I’m even thinking about getting a…

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Battling Eczema: A Family Affair

  by Malvina Beker (see bio below) “Wow, that looks terrible!” The doctor started to say, looking at my brother’s exposed stomach that was covered in red patches, scabs, and puss.  My older brother Eugene and I had decide to take matters into our own hands and take our younger eight-year-old brother, Milan, to the doctor…

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How Quickly They Forget or Choose to Forget the Hard Times

One of things I worry most about with Tristan’s eczema is, will he look back on his toddler years (when his eczema was the worst) with fear in his eyes? Will he remember the countless nights he spent writhing in itchy agony in his bed as my husband and I took turns holding him and…

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Asthma, Eczema, and Attitude

I was so charmed by the incredibly cute Asthma Peeps stickers for asthma inhalers and spacers that I asked Kym, the lovely and brilliant momma behind their creation, to share how she managed her daughter’s eczema. -Jennifer   Asthma, Eczema, and Attitude By Kym Latter (bio below) When my daughter was just a baby she…

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Quilted: A Poem About Living With Atopic Dermatitis

I found this poem at The Online Journal of Community and Person-Centered Dermatology and wanted to share it with you. It so accurately describes our lives, as parents, helping our children cope with atopic dermatitis and severe eczema. If you are an adult suffering from AD or eczema, you surely can relate as well. This…

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Coping with Food Allergies, Eczema, and Asthma – A Parent’s Guide

By Elika Kormeili (bio below) I remember as an adult telling my mom about my food allergies and her face dropped. The wheels in her head were already turning thinking about how she will adapt her recipes so that I can eat (thanks mom).  I started reciting what I can and cannot eat – I paused…

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One Mom’s Eczema Journey: To Hell and Back

From The Boy, the Greek Fire, and Me One Mom’s Eczema Journey: To Hell and Back I have a little boy, a very typical little 8 year old boy, who loves Football, Star Wars, any joke involving gross bodily functions and Mario Kart. What was not quite so typical, was his appearance in October 2011.…

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