A video with testimonials from some HIV-positive youth.
Life as it is. HIV-positive young people in a video about ten minutes talking about their lives and the new approach they had, their lives.
Which leaves me puzzled, and worried, it is the early age at which contracted HIV!
Some of them seem to have contracted HIV as a teenager and this is something very worrying.
The video is a production of the CRTA of São Paulo and must have found it difficult to expose minors, as this would certainly put me in doubt, and with this I certainly do not publish, for fear a repressive action of the prosecutor or even the Small Claims Juvenile.
This should be used to get a good number of young people visiting this site (according to software that determines with relative accuracy the demographic data of visitors to the Soropositivo.Org portal, about 25% of the visitors that come here an average age of 18 to 25 years and these would be the HIV-positive young people this video could and could achieve. People who visit this site in the age bracket of 15 years or less is almost insignificant and I would draw the attention of those who have more than 25 who have younger children, to prepare themselves as soon as possible to educate their pre-pubescent or pre-pubescent children about HIV and AIDS, not as a murderous thing that simply catches and kills, but as it is, a disease stigmatizing, which reduces the chances of finding a job, complicated working life and other things that make life for us, people who are HIV positive, something harder than simply ...) to catch and die, as if this were simple, showing that life with HIV can become a painful process of organic degeneration and a deep psychosocial gap that is created between the young person who is seropositive and the world ... serologically negative or sorointerrogativo
Have you received your diagnostic reagent and are you scared? Do you think your life is over? Are you having thoughts "of the type clueless"?
You need to get your hopes up!
Understand that my resilience was built one day at a time, one illness after another, one SUSAN AFTER THE OTHER!
Resilience is not something you are born with! You ROW IT! One fall after another. For every fall inevitably follows a new rebound!
Shake the dust off!
And Turn Around!
Your doctor, your doctor can do a lot for you!
Your family, if you have any, because there is not one left for me, they can or can not do something for you.
God could do everything for you!
But it's up to you to decide to go ahead or sit on the curb!
Do you think I talk too much? Please read my outdated medical history! 🙂 It may take a little while!
And as for Health, it is a Right of All and a Duty of the State