The day that you receive the HIV positive diagnosis can seem like the very end of reality.The feeling of just wanting to slither into a hole and let the world go on without you until you're gone can be hard to avoid.It is perfectly rational to fear it and avoid behaviours that increase your risk of getting HIV, such as unprotected sex and drug injection.However, if you do not have any risk factor for contracting HIV, but still think about it constantly and experience anxiety/panic as a result, this might be a sign of obsessive-compulsive disorder with a focus on diseases.Awareness of HIV AIDS can not only help save lives but prevent transmission as well.
If you’re sexually active, just assume at some point you may have come across a victim of the virus.
In the early 90s, people were understandably hesitant to say they were HIV-positive because of the reactions they would receive.
I recall one man telling me he became celibate as soon as he found out because he said, “Why would anyone want to get involved with a walking Titanic?
Awareness about HIV AIDS is considered to be the best way to counter the disease or to prevent getting infected by it.
HIV Singles Around the World No Longer Have to be Embarrassed or Scared to Date.