HIV Positive and HIV Negative Dating Advice: A Video Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith (December 30, 2011)
"Being upfront with one's HIV status is a brave, personal and intimate thing. If someone does not want you because you are HIV positive then move on, there is hope to find someone that loves you for you. If you cannot date someone with HIV well it's simple: don't. Find someone that you can be comfortable with ..."
Hospital Drama! A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (December 27, 2011)
"I resented having to give this information in the lobby of the hospital ER to the security guard no less. I resented the security guard and the freaking nurse who thought my bloody ass arm was no big deal. But mostly, I resented HIV. How dare it embarrass me, right now at this time and place."
Why Do People With HIV Suffer From Neuropathy? A Blog Entry by Dave R. (December 22, 2011)
"It really does seem profoundly unfair: you've contracted HIV and have begun treatment ... Eventually, for most people the situation tends to settle down and you learn to live with HIV as an irritating but constant companion. ... Then, seemingly out of nowhere, you begin to feel strange, new and unpleasant symptoms."
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