Welcome to 2018! I am so excited as I will be launching my book! My book comes out March 3, 2018! This will be about my life with HIV. This book will talk about how I dealt with dating, acceptance, and disclosure. I will also talk about how I got to this point. It may … Continue reading Book Launch
There is a HUGE stigma in relation to HIV. When you get diagnosed they tell you all these great things about how you will live a long time and that you can have kids, and live a long life. One thing that was not stressed to me was about disclosure. I was not told how hard … Continue reading Things to Know When Disclosing Your HIV Status
When I was first diagnosed with HIV I had a rough time mentally. Every healthcare provider I visited kept reminding me that I will live a long life. They kept saying that advances in medication make it so you are undetectable. I kept hearing about how I can have an HIV negative baby and how … Continue reading Acceptance of Your HIV Status
When I first was diagnosed, I only told people who I was close to because I considered these people my support system. Something I noticed is people responded differently. Some people didn't talk to me for a while then came back when they finished dealing with their emotions. Some people wanted to fix it in … Continue reading My Loved One Told Me They Have HIV.
So I created this to be a place for useful information. So let's talk about getting ready for a baby. This is for men and women so share with your spouses. Exercise To have a healthy baby you have to be healthy as well. Way before I thought of having a baby I knew I … Continue reading 7 Ways To Prepare For Conception Now!
Below are some basic facts about HIV/AIDS followed by the dismantlement of some common myths that are not true. Also I have linked some resources for more information. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (H.I.V.) is the virus that causes AIDS. HIV is spread by blood, semen, vaginal secretions, and breast milk. This means you can get HIV … Continue reading HIV Facts
Mother's Day is around the corner and that's a pretty big day for me and it could be for you too. It will be the first one since my second miscarriage. Honestly I'm ok as of today it hasn't hit me yet. For the holiday I want to feature this amazing product but really the woman … Continue reading What to Give An Angel Mom for Mother’s Day?
The hardest thing after a miscarriage or a stillborn is coping. I don't think it's something you can just forget about but there is life after a miscarriage but we have to get there to liveabundantly. These 7 strategies can help you get there. Journaling The first thing is to address all your feelings in some … Continue reading 7 ways to cope after a miscarriage
The daunting task of waiting can be hard. When I was younger my mother would tell me you have no patience. I didn't quite understand until I got older. I didn't learn patience until now. Yes at 28 I'm just learning how to WAIT! When I had my first miscarriage I fought with my patience. … Continue reading Waiting Into Your Purpose
It was the happiest day of my life. I had never saw two lines before. The weight loss and lifestyle changes had paid off for something meaningful. I couldn't believe that I had to at least be 8 weeks and I had no clue. My life was about to change forever and excitement filled my … Continue reading God’s Gift