I could'nt agree more, HIV has not stopped me from seeking new career opportunites, participating in team sports and communitiy activities, enjoying my family and friends and just generally living my life the best I know how. Sometimes we do get a bit stuck in our forward progress but looking deep inside ourselves and figuring out what it is that is holding us back helps us to break away and continue forward again. So i'm definatly thriving with HIV.
This is why DH retired, and why I'm retiring next September - we're moving on to live our dream retirement (travelling the world in a camper van) and not worry about what happens next. We're going to just live life to the fullest, make each day count, and make sure he takes his meds every day.
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"'This isn't borrowed time, it is your time. Your time to live your life," Michael Moniz reminds us in this article reposted by blogger Robert Breining. "Being HIV+ doesn't limit your life more than anyone else's. ... The difference is you are now aware of your health and you can do something about it. It is not time to think about death, it is time to live.'"
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