The Life of "i" (June 24, 2013)
"A while back I had an idea to spend a weekend without touching my iPhone ... I am now an unemployed stay-home mom looking for a full-time paying job, and staying off of my phone is even harder."
Kari Farmer-Coffman: Motherhood and HIV -- A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (December 7, 2012)
"Kari was diagnosed with HIV on Nov. 4, 2010 and two days later was diagnosed with AIDS. She was told to make plans for her daughter and her funeral. Kari was not ready to quit. Two years later, she is still fighting and making a difference in the community."
Rebecca Denison: Founder of WORLD -- A Blog Entry by Robert Breining (October 16, 2012)
"In 1990, a month before she was scheduled to begin law school, Rebecca was diagnosed with HIV. In 1991, with support from her husband Daniel, Rebecca started the WORLD newsletter in her living room. ... In 1995, Rebecca and Daniel decided to become parents, and in March 1996 their twin girls, Sophia and Sarah, were born, both HIV-free."
Life, Death and Photographs: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (September 13, 2012)
"I guess I thought the in-laws or my husband would pretend less that I was fine, and we can just get pictures next year, or maybe the next. Maybe this is more important to me than any of them since they donít have to think of their own death."
PRIDE, From a Proud HIV-Positive Lesbian: A Blog Entry by Maria T. Mejia (June 1, 2011)
"My running away from home and joining a gang, the things we had to go through in our home with my father, and then having to tell her that I was HIV positive was just enough for [my mother] to handle. I didn't want to give her one more thing to worry about."
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