From 2000 to 2003 many positive people who had earlier retired were thinking about returning to work. Many were worried about the risks involved, felt unconfident about their skills or what would happen if [...]
I usually had an HIV test every three months, but this time I’d skipped a month. When I went for my usual check-up, I wasn’t feeling too well, but I knew there was a [...]
Today I’m a Positive Speakers Bureau (PSB) Speaker for Positive Life NSW and I felt it was time to take stock and recount the past five months after going public in a Sydney Morning [...]
I was battling the black dog of depression and anxiety and trying to make sense of my diagnosis.
Like many people living with HIV, I work full-time. I worked before my diagnosis and I’ve continued to work since my diagnosis.
Employment continues to present challenges for those of us living with HIV. Dealing with side effects, intermittent illness and time away from work for doctor’s appointments and pharmacy visits, requires flexibility on the part [...]