Its Not Easy But I Have To Face ItIt began with that question from my counselor "If you were found positive what would you do?" I just looked at her sheepishly! All nerves in my body loosening, and my knees knocking each other, I asked her "You mean I have AIDS?" She answered back "What do you think?"
That did it! it was not easy to listen even to another single word she uttered to me, my mind was racing!
It has not been an easy road but 5yrs down the road, I feel strengthened and with renewed hope.
For newly diagnosed friends, the tick is ACCEPT YOUR SITUATION, NO LAMENTATIONS, NO regrets and "If I had kn-owns....," All is spilt milk. Collect yourself together and face it manly or womanly; there is nothing soothing like relating with fellow POZ that's why I'm here in this group, and that's why you should stick here.
I know what it means and you know what it means, therefore lets do the comforting each other part. Nobody outside there can do it more than our selves, remember some call us "Condemned to death group!" and shade crocodile tears trying to "sympathize with us in our situation: BUT DO THEY ACTUALLY KNOW WHAT IT MEANS HAVING IT IN ONE'S BLOOD?"