From the Editor
The PRP Survival Guide is a repository of experiences and insights shared by PRP patients and their caregivers. Collectively, the PRP community possesses a wealth of practical knowledge about pityriasis rubra pilaris. We also have a sense of humor (or humour as the case may be) for those in need of a silent smile or a gregarious guffaw.
Words are important. While I have managed to use “Balderdash” more than a few times over the years, an opportunity to use “guffaw” has eluded me, until now. But, I digress.
Enjoy this section and feel free to share the bright side of your dark side.
- I hate holly more than PRP by Bill McCue
- We are not alone by Bill McCue
- The Mountain by Laura Ding-Edwards and shared by Richard Lehman and Christopher Canning
- I’m reviewing the diagnosis (song parody) by Bill McCue
- Why to they stare when they are looking at me? by Alison B
- The Journey by Barry Gonen
- #66 — The Christmas from Hell by Bill McCue
- In the Red Zone by Steve Gray
- A changeling stole my skin by Abbie Cotrell
- I saw a spot by Bill McCue
- If the mountain seems too big today
- Molly’s smelly socks by Bill McCue
- A PRP poem by Greg Shalless