Creating Your Vision for the Coming Year: A Blog Entry by David Fawcett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. (December 11, 2013)
"If we can truly examine those areas where we could have done a little (or a lot) better, we will be able to map out ways in which we can change our behavior and reap the benefits. Once we have this important information, it can be converted into a vision, a very real idea of how one's life might look and feel if certain changes were made."
Managing HIV in Your Life (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"In this video I respond to a viewer's question about how HIV has impacted my life. HIV doesn't make me feel like a different person and is only an aspect of who I am."
Body Beautiful ... A Blog Entry by Brandon Lacy Campos (May 24, 2011)
"I figure if I am doing all this personal growth work on myself, trying to stay away from old behaviors that didn't serve me well, and trying to become a better, healthier blah blah blah person ... I should probably have a good chat with the man in the mirror (MISS YOU MICHAEL!)."
Losing Sophie: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (July 15, 2014)
"Watching my baby girl die was one of the hardest things I've had to do, but yet at the same time I knew it was the best thing, most humane thing. It was the last good thing that I could do for her."
My Canine Confidante: A Blog Entry by Philip D. (February 16, 2013)
"Before I could say 'I have HIV' to another human being, I said it to her. That one soul who loved me without a single condition, regardless of the shame I was feeling."
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