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The Well Project is thrilled to announce the launch of our newest program, A Girl Like Me LIVE! , an interactive, livestreaming series created to advance health and wellness education among women living with and vulnerable to HIV.
Submitted on : Jun 23, 2022
MariaHIVMejia's picture
Today marks my 34 year battle with HIV! I never thought I would make it this far! Thank you to all that have helped me and taught me in this journey to be a better human being.
Submitted on : Apr 18, 2022
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I want to thank everyone that has wished me a happy birthday! Every year is a miracle to me!
Submitted on : Apr 14, 2022
MariaHIVMejia's picture
I really don't know where to start! I know that I always, or most of the time, start with that same phrase. It's been extremely hard to deal with this pandemic, to see the suffering that I have witnessed, and live myself!!!
Submitted on : Mar 25, 2022
Bethany M. Brown M.Ed.'s picture
I remember when I was first diagnosed in 1996, and I was constantly reminded about those before me of whom died from AIDS. Most often it was couched in the context of medication: "You are fortunate...
Submitted on : Mar 14, 2022
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It appears that I am the first patient in my area to request being present for my clinic's staff interdisciplinary team meeting whereupon they discuss all of the details of my case.
Submitted on : Mar 1, 2022
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I am quite excited about becoming a part of this dynamic landscape of female voices. I would be lying, however, if it was not with a decent amount of trepidation. This comes for obvious reasons, such...
Submitted on : Feb 8, 2022
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Are you stupid? Or are you dumb? What in the hell would possess you to breastfeed a new, precious, innocent life? Do you hate her or something? Why break something that ain't broken? You already know...
Submitted on : Feb 7, 2022
Bethany M. Brown M.Ed.'s picture
The best way I have known how to address HIV/AIDS has been to live openly, transparently, and authentically with these medical diagnoses. That is, from the time of antibody testing (1996) to current day, it has been part of my everyday conversations in all arenas of my life: family, friends, work, and volunteering, as well as dating, marriage, and divorce.
Submitted on : Jan 31, 2022
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This month I had the opportunity to participate in the 'Stories from HIV Long-Term Thrivers' forum where I gave a spoken word performance alongside an amazing and inspiring panel. The forum was...
Submitted on : Jan 30, 2022

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