Janinebrignola's picture
I have been living with HIV for more than 12 years. Still to this day it baffles me when people try to use this as a reason to insult me. I must admit often times, more than not, I forget about it.
Submitted on : Jan 14, 2019
Angel S.'s picture
I realized as I saw my computer screen with my grandkids, I never saw any kid grow up. Not my child, not my family’s children. I guess having the experience of being a mom I felt as if I should have had the courage to nurture, to raise a child. I put too much on my own shoulders so I can never be satisfied with the outcome. I am more of a perfectionist than I knew.
Submitted on : Nov 16, 2018
Patiba's picture
To live with HIV is to live differently. Although many believe that one can lead a "normal" life being in treatment.
Submitted on : Nov 22, 2016
sharonm10's picture
I thought I knew what is important in my life; my health and my kids, the rest just comes after but life had a surprise in store for me. A broken heart. My blood count is way up, but my heart is...
Submitted on : Nov 3, 2011

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