"I received a lot of comments like, 'You're so brave.' I'm like, 'No. You know what's brave? Going to war. Posting photos of my psoriasis really isn't that brave.' But I appreciate when people write me and say, 'You just made me feel so much better.' I really love to hear that."
However, Schroeder has since accepted that the psoriasis is a part of her life, saying that she uses comedy to get over her insecurities.
"My greatest strength is my twisted humor. It gets me through everything," she said. "I could be so depressed and heartbroken over someone or something and if I spend time just making it funny or making jokes or making light of it, it fixes everything."
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