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07/10/2008 06:16 PM


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ok im am 16years old i have hiv. i was born with this illness and have lived with this 4 16 years now thank god and im am thankful for my loving family thats always there for me and now my best friend who i new for some years now knows about me having hiv and she is also there for me to . at first she thought i was lieing to her but then i startin telling her thats why im always going to the doctor and than she just started understanding. my mother died from aids befor i was 1 years old so i didnt no her. my father is like out of my life right now i guess ever sence my mother died he just cant stand to see me. so all i have is my brother really, i dont get to see him alot because he is always in and out of jail.but i live with my grandmother and 2 other ppl but thats still not the same.i had some girlfriends boyfriends but i am still a virgin i think i want to stay that way because i wouldnt want to risk some one getting hiv even if i tell them befor hand there still is a risk no matter what and i dont want to take any chances i wouldnt want any one to go through what im going through no matter how much i dis like them.

10/29/2008 09:01 AM
Posts: 61

You have the weight of the world on your shoulders for such a young person. I will pray for you and your family.

God Bless

06/14/2009 10:00 AM
Posts: 6
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You sound like a really strong kid! I was diagnosed with HIV 5 days ago and my partner 2 days ago. I have 2 kids too. Wanted to say hi and thanks for sharing. If you ever need someone to talk about life, ping me back. I'm old and have been through a lot!

Peace and love to you.


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