The awareness of being himself is what led Josh Robbins, a 30-year-old talent agent in Nashville, Tennessee, to tell his family about his diagnosis within 24 hours of finding out he was HIV-positive. “The only way that my family would be OK would be for me to tell them face to face, for them to see me and touch me and look in my eyes and see that I’m still exactly the same person.
When was the last time you met your closest friends? I just met one of mine today.
She went to the UK for her studies and that's why I rarely meet her. I picked her up at the airport this afternoon and we spent our time together, having fun. Suddenly I realized something about having close friends: have you ever wondered if you're their close friend as well? I mean sometimes people don't see things in a bigger picture, that's why I was wondering.
What is the most positive thing that you have done in the past few days?
I just joined a gym and the good thing about it is that I can shape up my body - with a personal trainer of my own. What could be better than that?
Have you guys seen The Jungle Book movie? Or maybe some of you are familiar enough with the story?
I just watched the movie and I think it was beyond expectation, it seems so real and I really like it. The point is not about how great the animations are, but about the message from the movie.
I've told you guys about my diabetes, right? Yeah... Sad to admit having it, but it happened anyway.
It's been almost 3 months since I'm diabetes positive and that's why I've started to live a healthier life. It was kind of hard at first, but I'm getting used to it. I love sweets -and everyone knows that- but I can't eat them as much as I want anymore. I'm not eating rice anymore either (except once or twice in a month), I drink more water and I exercise every day.
Curt, a 22 year old guy, found out last March that he was HIV positive. He was hurt and felt hopeless, but at a time when life kept giving him lemons, he decided to make lemonade:
People might don't know this, but actually somehow I'm a shy girl... I often choose to put all my thoughts in my mind rather than saying it out loud and take action.
This afternoon, I got back from some meetings and rode an Uber. Me and my colleague were discussing some things about our works and projects when suddenly the driver interrupted us and asked us about it.
Before I tell you my story, I wonder if you guys have already purchased the special edition of LOGO Jeans 'End It' t-shirt? Because believe me, you will regret it once you read my story! You can order one online via this link: https://logojeans.logodecorps.co.id/product/category/limited-series/daa-series
I'm getting super excited a lot lately, what about you?
I don't know why, but I feel like I'm on top of my happiness, at least I'm trying to stop overthinking negative stuff, which works very well. I love giving love life advice to my close friends, about what should they do in their relationships, but do you guys agree that advices are easier to give than to follow?
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!