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Despite all of the stigma and misinformation surrounding HIV, I managed to find myself again.
Stigma is deadlier than the disease itself, and the top driver of HIV stigma, in my opinion, is the church.
Changing our mindset to use the winter months as literal rest and mental hibernation gives us the emotional and physical strength to emerge as the HIV leaders ... we are in the New Spring.
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It doesn't have to be perfect to be just right. If not art, some hobby or venture that allows you to be in a moment that is not tied to HIV, or responsibility to anyone but yourself.
As I approach my 17th year of living with HIV, I can clearly hear God's voice, I'm happy to hear his voice, I realize how much more painful it was not being able to hear it.
Having navigated the challenges of living with HIV, I've experienced firsthand the stigma and misconceptions surrounding this virus.
Sex and intimacy were robbed from me such a long time ago that I've forgotten how beautiful and miraculous my own body as a woman is.
The human immunodeficiency virus is life altering, scary and confusing. And yet, I can't honestly say I hate it all the time.