Learn what trauma is and how it affects women living with HIV. Also learn about PTSD and the good news that recovering from trauma is possible.
Submitted on : Nov 22, 2016
In response to Walking the Thin Black Line of Violence in the Lives of HIV+ Women by Loren Jones, Board Member, Positive Women’s Network-USA I was thinking the same thing when I read about a Day of...
Submitted on : Oct 26, 2016
(Trigger warning: This blog contains description of sexual abuse.) This is something I thought I will never be able to talk about but since I became a blogger with The Well Project and a Global...
Submitted on : Jun 15, 2016
Learn about violence against women – what it looks like, its link to HIV, danger signs of abuse, leaving a violent relationship, and more.
Submitted on : Mar 18, 2016
There is a well-established and strong link between women, violence and HIV. The Well Project has pulled together a list of resources for those who wish to learn more and take action.
Submitted on : Mar 18, 2016
Hello again to all of my sisters here. I want to share a little something about my life. I'm going through a healing process within myself and learned that being open about my issues are a part of...
Submitted on : Feb 15, 2016
How do people claim to love women and their kids when they abuse them? That’s a question I keep asking myself but I never got the right answer for it and it really needs one good answer. Most of the...
Submitted on : Jul 26, 2013

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