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From Shutterstock/Banlai: Bottom view of modern skyscrapers in Accommodation at sunset with lens flare filter effect.

Some of us like having our own space. We can walk through our front door at the end of a stressful day with the knowledge that you are walking into your very own Fortress of Solitude.

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Furniture moving van on a street. Removalist struggles with large box up a ramp into the van.

TransferTo move from one place to another.

Sounds pretty simple right? Not when it comes to social housing it ain’t.

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Rough sleepers in a public place. Editorial credit Ian Francis  Shutterstock.com

Finding yourself in a situation where you literally have nowhere to stay the night must be an upsetting and overwhelming feeling. For people living with HIV, this can be a frightening reality.

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Man sits on a sofa with his feet out in front of him

Life can sure throw some curve balls at you but as the saying goes, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. That was certainly evident in my case.

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IMAGE: Graffiti on the walls of a laneway with a housing complex in the background.

Living in social housing can sometimes feel like a minefield when it comes to the behaviour of your fellow tenants.

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