That's What Friends Are For: A Blog Entry by Lynda Arnold (July 15, 2013)
"At the end of the day, in the bottom of my heart, I know my friends, even those from elementary school, know that I still care and together they hold for me the deepest and most fond memories that due to my disease progression (memory loss especially) I am unable to hold for myself."
He Said, She Said: A Blog Entry by Brooke Davidoff (December 18, 2012)
"I shared an ex and a past with this woman. We hated each other for years. She stole my man. He told her I gave them HIV. And in the end I have her as a new friend and him as a random deadly memory."
People Are More Terrifying Than HIV/AIDS: A Blog Entry by Alive2 (October 23, 2012)
"It's more the people who worry me the most now that I know what to do with my health. It used to be I worried about this virus. It's really ironic that someone you have known for so long can turn into someone you never knew after all; they were just somebody whose name and phone number you knew."
Happy Thanksgiving (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"On Day 170, as I near the six-month mark of my HIV journey, I reflect on what I am thankful for in my life. I wish each and every one of you a happy Thanksgiving. Let me know what you are thankful for."
Beth: A Blog Entry by ScotCharles (September 8, 2010)
I shall never forget Beth. She taught me to forgive and find peace, to love and to live in the moment, and to live without fear or anger.
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