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Do you know what I am going to do IF I HAVE TO ATTEND ONE MORE GOT DAMNED VIRTUAL MEETING?
Submitted on : Oct 28, 2020
HEROconnor's picture
Today I cried. In unison with my newly born son and toddling daughter. I sat right there on the corner of the couch and I cried, weeped even- inconsolable, exhausted, unusually heavy.
Submitted on : Oct 15, 2020
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The Well Project asked A Girl Like Me blogger Heather O'Connor about breastfeeding as a woman living with HIV in the United States.
Submitted on : Aug 18, 2020
Escalice's picture
It's been a while since I've written anything. I've just been so caught up with life these last four months, just like I'm sure you all have been as well. I count my blessings every day knowing that...
Submitted on : Jul 23, 2020
HIVstigmafighter's picture
As a woman living with HIV since 2003, I dream of a world that is free from HIV stigma, where people with HIV can express themselves with confidence.
Submitted on : Jul 22, 2020
Kristi2020's picture
It has been seven years since I have blogged with you, my sisters. I had no idea it had been so long. In part, I think it's "ok". No need to judge myself about my absence, but rather perhaps...
Submitted on : Jul 8, 2020
Destiny Smith's picture
From day one the odds have never been in my favor a black girl from the rough side of town a black girl growing up before her time a black girl letting the odds win hot tempered doing what i want forget school they don't care about me.
Submitted on : Jun 16, 2020
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The Well Project interviews Ciarra (CiCi) Covin, Community Advisory Board member, A Girl Like Me blogger, and owner of Healing is Voluntary , for our "Spotlight: Women Making a Difference" series.
Submitted on : Jun 9, 2020
Red40something's picture
I forget to cry sometimes. I forget how. Is it really forgetting if I shove it from my mind?
Submitted on : May 4, 2020
HEROconnor's picture
As a new member of A Girl Like Me , my intention of joining this group was to begin sharing the story of my HIV diagnosis, how I advocated for myself and my daughter during my first pregnancy, and how I'm advocating for my current pregnancy.
Submitted on : Apr 20, 2020

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