Having a Treatments Officer as your ally can make all the difference when you're looking for answers that work for you
The first early-warning bells sounded in the Positive Life NSW office in January 2020, as mainstream news filtered in about an unknown pneumonia-like illness showing up in China. With the news coming hot on [...]
One in four Australians have reported feeling lonely each week, according to the Australian Loneliness Report published by the Australian Psychological Society. Some news outlets have dramatically suggested that despite being one of the [...]
I was 15 in 1982, when the term Gay Related Immune Deficiency (GRID) was termed to name a mystery illness that Gay men in San Francisco were dying from.
Since March we’ve all been dealing with coronavirus. As people living with HIV, we’ve had to change some of the ways we do things
Travelling to and settling in Australia – for work, for fun, for study, for pleasure, moving for a new job, moving away from parents and family.
Positive Life's Treatment Officer shares some of his strategies and thoughts when asking 'RU OK?' Let’s make time every day to ask each other, “Are you OK?”
‘Losing face’ is a big thing within my culture and family community. This term ‘losing face’ means to ‘lose respect’ or ‘lose esteem’ in the eyes of another person. I’m not sure if there is a similar thing for Anglo-Australians, but this is something that’s very strong in Asian cultures and many other cultures.
This article is a follow-on to the “Finding a way through the maze“ blog that was posted on the Positive Life NSW website in March 2020. In that blog post, I introduced our new [...]
During this time of coronavirus (COVID-19), there are some fresh options to increase your odds of landing a job, all from the comfort of your own home. You’d have to agree that COVID-19 has [...]