There are not many opportunities for people with HIV to communicate with people like them.There are not many places where they can meet, meet, make plans for life.The desire to love and be loved is inherent in each of us. They may even be more than the others, they need attention and care, a feeling next to a soul mate who will understand everything, will not judge and will always be there.If he or she has the same health problems, then it is easier to deal with any worries and anxieties together.Sometimes HIV-infected people think that they have to tell everyone about it. There are certain people whom you can tell - these are sexual partners and those with whom you shared injecting supplies.You may also want to tell your doctors about this, so that they know what drugs you use and what health problems to look for.
Disclosure of status will be more comfortable for you if you start to trust another person.
Because of ignorance and fear of becoming a keynote to talk about your HIV infection, it may seem scary.
This is a natural feeling, since it is never known in advance how others will react.
The diagnosis of HIV infection can be a serious blow to self-esteem.
We do not sleep at night, painfully reflecting on how to talk about our HIV status, and whether our next guy will not be another disappointment because of the outdated idea of what it means to live with HIV. You do not go and do not tell everyone you meet that you have HIV.