It all started out with a simple Google search on a peaceful Friday night. I began searching "most underrated TV Series 2016" as I was frustrated to find a new series that could get my mind off waiting for Game of Thrones. I was particularly curious about this one series and immediately began to watch it. It was called Z Nation. So here I am watching another human made depiction of how a zombie apocalypse turns the world into chaos. By the way, this is not an advertisement but a complex journey to how the human mind works in finding inspiration to write.
I have been in my most productive way of living, at least that's what I thought. I am healthier, I'm successfully maintaining my body, but is that enough?
I have thought about myself a lot in the last five years. What's going on with my life and how I need to change myself.
Have you ever thought about giving up? Giving up on anything means that you probably have no faith in it anymore.
Have you ever asked people what they think about you?
Chelsea, a 30-year-old youth program manager from North Carolina, tested positive for HIV when she was 20, 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. But that wasn’t where the news ended: Chelsea was pregnant, too. “The doctor told me he thought it was a false positive and not to worry.” When the baby was born, Chelsea was tested again. She was positive, but the baby was negative. As it turns out, her boyfriend was infected during sexual contact with another person. He then infected Chelsea.
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!