Welcome to this personal blogging website that I hope will provide emotional support and information for those affected by HIV or AIDS, including those who may have an HIV-positive friend, son or daughter, lover, or co-worker.
As you explore the stories of HIV-positive people on this site, I hope you will feel moved to contribute your own ANONYMOUS stories of day-to-day life with HIV or AIDS. There is no need to identify yourself, and you can even tell your story using made-up names, places, and dates.
This website is not about gay, straight, male, female, or any other social category. We are all on this journey together. It’s about both the triumphs and the tragedies of life with HIV. It’s about true love and the simple need of touch. It’s even about sharing a good laugh together! Most of all, it’s about realizing that we don’t need to go through this struggle alone.
Please contribute your story by posting a comment to a blog post or another comment. Use a “handle” instead of your real name for anonymity. Your email address will not be published.
If you are grieving the loss of someone who may have lost the battle with AIDS, we extend a special invitation to share your story in writing as a way of working through the grieving process.
And as you browse this website, please leave an anonymous comment if you find a personal story that moves you. We are all about sharing, caring, and being positively resilient.
Pressley Giles, Jr.