Latest by Lynda Arnold
Between quitting cigarettes, an adherence breakthrough, preparing to send one child off to college and see another get engaged: Blogger Lynda Arnold has had a wild start to 2015. "Life will keep moving along and I'll just be hanging on for the ride,...
"Hatred comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be overt or clandestine. It can come at you when you least expect it. I think you just have to know who you are, accept and love yourself and like the song says dance and shake it off."
With a new lease on life -- and new ways to strengthen her memory in the midst of HIV-related dementia -- blogger Lynda Arnold has a lot to be thankful for.
"I realized that we only get one life -- one pass through -- and God, it has to count." Blogger Lynda Arnold shares lessons from a long, frightening period of health challenges.
I had no intention of dwelling on my first piece about my memory loss. Yet I have been overwhelmed by the email response I have received from infected men and women literally from around the world. Readers have opened their hearts, minds and souls to...
Sometimes people ask me what's the worst part about having AIDS. Over the years my answer has changed dramatically depending which symptom I was facing or side effect from the medication was particularly cumbersome. Right now, however, the most debil...
"April 7th was the day I found out I was HIV positive. It's one of those memorable days that no matter what you do you can never forget it."
Lesson From the Freeways: Longtime HIV Survival and the Things Money Can't Replace -- A Blog Enry by Lynda Arnold
"As a long-term HIV survivor, I always figure I have the big things handled. The truth is I don't."
"Somehow my legs got twisted under me and I missed the gap between the car and the curb and landed face down on a very busy sidewalk."
It's not the HIV or advanced symptoms of AIDS or the drugs with the ability to rob me of my pleasures, it's me.