Take a Number, Please
I remember it like it was yesterday. Back in 2004, I took an HIV 101 class at the correctional facility I was in, and they offered free HIV testing. When my result came back positive a week later, I was confused and just wanted to die. Not only was I HIV positive, I was also battling depression, drug abuse, domestic violence, incarceration, family issues, and a lot of bad choices I had to face up to. When I was released from that awful place I wanted to try and change, but change is not so easy when facing so many things at once. So I continued on that path of destruction for another three or four years.View Full Article
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