Have you ever wondered why we have so little time?
It's February 14. Even though today is Valentine's Day, I guess there are many people who treat this day as an ordinary day, just like any other Tuesday or even their birthday. Little did we know that actually the 14th of February is also marked as International Condom Day!
Today, we will read a story from Ramón García Segura from Mexico...
Eighteen years ago, I was working in a laboratory, and it was in that very place that I tested myself for HIV. The result was positive.
Valentine's Day is only a dream away -and who's excited?
It appears to me that being healthy is very important, everyone knows that actually but the question is, are they aware of it? I never was much a sporty kind of person back in my school years, I rather told my PE teacher that I did not feel well and enjoyed myself watching all my classmates do whatever they're doing during PE. That's how much I'm not into sports -even when I need to loose some weight, I chose the non-workout diet methods. Ha!
“When I walked into the room, the first thing I noticed was that these people didn’t look like me,” says Chelsea White, recalling her first group session with other HIV-positive patients. “They looked like what I thought HIV was—people in recovery from IV drug use, street walkers, gay men. They didn’t look like me, a young, vibrant, educated woman.”
Chelsea, a 30-year-old youth program manager from North Carolina, tested positive for HIV when she was 20 years old and a senior in college. After being in a monogamous relationship through her high school and college years and testing negative multiple times throughout the relationship, Chelsea and her boyfriend both tested positive.
Enter our territory and follow the days of the lives of the protagonists of our project. On this page they will tell you everything about their work with Bali Against Aids. This blog will be their online diary: an opportunity for them to share their experiences and to give you a sneak peak into their life.
Enjoy the ride!