Scalp psoriasis and a secret marriage

Doek on fleek causing confusion

Secretly married!At my previous job, people made a habit of jumping to conclusions and cared very little about the impact of their words/actions.Because of my psoriasis, I often wore a doek, hat or turban on my head at work, to avoid the constant expert advice from people who have no clue about dermatology.Because of my plantar fasciitis, I often couldn’t make it to the bus station, so I would take uber or bolt to work.

So one day I get a call from Matikwe (“hau Ndu awsasimemi ushada, sesizwa ngosizwile! “) , and I was asked why I hadn’t invited people to my wedding because word around the office was that I was married and I was being dropped off by ‘my husband’ every morning and I had my hair covered at all times, which meant that I was definitely married…I actually know the person who perpetuated this nonsense and I ‘ll give you a clue: she thinks she has her own private bathroom in the office. Yup her!

Sometimes gossip goes too far. Sometimes people fail to mind their business and stay out of others’ & at times I have considered the possibility of some people not having businesses or minds for that matter😂😂😂😂A toxic workplace can alter people’s hearts, spirits, minds and make them looney. Let’s just say that the stress causes loss of marbles. #doekonfleek #turbandontcare #gossip #toxicworkplace

Published by FabulousMeuJwara

I'm a dark-skinned black woman who loves life, fashion, food and books. I am a writer at heart. I am fat and fabulous. I enjoy traveling and exploring. I am creative and smart. Welcome to my world!

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