No two conversations are the same. When it comes to sharing an HIV diagnosis with family, friends, and other loved ones, everyone handles it differently. Living with HIV can bring ongoing discussions with family and friends. The people closest to you may want to ask new details about your physical and mental well-being.
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My Reality Check: Dating with HIV - POZ
For society, the virus represents sadness, loss of life, and complications. Those three letters put people into a box, shield them from others, and hide them from the world. People living with HIV are all around us. They breathe the same air and drink the same water. Even more so, people with HIV are in loving relationships. To think otherwise is an archaic mindset.
My cheating boyfriend gave me HIV - here's how I got justice
I am more than the girl with HIV. A bit about me: I was born HIV positive.