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Other Than Your Family.

Other Than Your Family.

We have the other family that we could serve as our own blood. Who accept you as you are, no matter what. Other than your blood family (which is most likely judgmental in some way,) who did you confess your diagnosis and still accept you as you are?

To me it's the Poetry by the Bay family. They was with me when I was going through cancer treatment and there was with me when I told him the news. They allow me to be me and express my feelings and sometimes rant out the pain that I was dealing… read more

A myHIVteam Member said:

My mother and daughter never tans the current boyfriend whom I was dating he knew too so three people knew in the beginning than my current boyfriend told my sister my experience of telling people would be through anger and sadness and hurt and pain but then would cry if tell people who loves me or loves them and some reactions were not so nice or good so guilt plays an majority of things of others in how they feel about you if you are hiv most family don’t care to ask me anything learning now after 10 years not to care just love me amen 🙏🏽

posted about 2 months ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

No one. That's alot to trust in someone. The only reason my family knows is because HIV stigma will keep them from saying anything. My ex husband/ stand in husband knows. I tell him everything. Since my diagnosis he facilitates alot of the things I do.

posted about 2 months ago
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