Join Us & Empower Your LS Journey with In-Person Meetups in Florida.

Join Us & Empower Your LS Journey with In-Person Meetups in Florida.

Tired of feeling isolated and overwhelmed by lichen sclerosus? You're not alone. Join us for an intimate in-person meetups in Florida where you can: Connect with other locals who truly understand your journey Share your experiences in a safe and supportive space Learn from fellow patients and LSSN experts Find the support and resources you need to thrive Virtual support is great, but nothing replaces the power of in-person connection. At our meetups, you'll experience: The warmth of community: Share stories, offer encouragement, and celebrate successes together. Expert guidance: Learn the latest information and practical tips from LSSN Executive Director, Kathy Ruiz-Carter. Reliable information: Get your questions answered and clear up any confusion about LS. Empowerment: Leave feeling more confident and in control of your health. Meet A Leading Voice in the LS Space: Kathy Ruiz-Carter Our in-person Florida meetups are led by Kathy Ruiz-Carter, a Lichen Sclerosus educator with…
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The Mental Health Side of Lichen Sclerosus

The Mental Health Side of Lichen Sclerosus

Introduction This week I make my contribution to World Mental Health Day and took a closer look at the mental health side of Lichen Sclerosus. In this episode, we discuss what research has been done on Lichen Sclerosus and mental health. Further, I highlight some stories from other LS warriors who talk to us about how Lichen Sclerosus has impacted their mental health. Important Message about Lichen Sclerosus and Your Mental Health First and foremost, when it comes to Lichen Sclerosus and mental health issues, you are not alone. You aren’t alone in feeling isolated, anxious, confused, scared, frustrated, lower self-esteem, etc. Many of us struggle with similar feelings. In fact, I often hear women reach out to me saying they find the mental health aspect of Lichen Sclerosus to be worse than the physical. The Research on Lichen Sclerosus and Mental Health Study #1 Perhaps unsurprisingly, the research on…
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