Hi everyone! I just...

Hi everyone! I just happened to stumble upon this little corner of the internet while I was desperately looking for support, connections, even friendships with someone who I can relate with. I was born with HIV in 1983. I am now healthy and I am very quickly approaching my 34 birthday. I will be 3 years older than my mom was when she passed away in 1991. I know she will be very proud of the woman I have become. Nobody knows about my health status except close family members. Life is very lonely living a double life. So I am excited to make connections with other people where I can be myself and talk openly and freely about my status.



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Welcome! We are so glad you found us, and look forward to you becoming a part of our community! If you ever are interested in blogging, and sharing more of your story on A Girl Like Me, please email me at kmartel@thewellproject.org. <3 



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