No one is in the Hiv...

No one is in the Hiv closet and every positive HIV person has a Voice. I have attended different programs that are said to be for HIV positive people and what I leave with after the discussions is emptiness I feel more isolated and alone. I feel it is just what can you do for and if you go to truly try to find a voice or a place where you can feel comfort in voicing fears, concerns or just voicing, there is no place to have a voice, if there is where???Thank You



Where ?

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You are in the right place . You can be heard here. You can vent. You can ask any question you want and  someone has been there. I hope you continue to find your place , for me it was a long road traveled. Stay beautiful. I look forward to hearing back from you.


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