Sexual Identity

Coming out: Jolie’s story

For many people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT), coming out of the closet is a huge moment in their lives — and also sometimes one of the most nerve-wracking. It can be […]

Sexual Identity

Tips and resources for parents of LGBTQ kids

Your perspective on parenting may change a little bit when you find out your child is a part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ) community. Parents try to teach their kids to […]

Sexual Identity, Trans and HIV

Coming out: Katie’s story

For many people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT), coming out of the closet is a huge moment in their lives — and also sometimes one of the most nerve-wracking. It can be […]

HIV 101, Living with HIV, Newly Diagnosed

What to do when a friend or family member tells you they’re living with HIV

When a friend or family member is living with HIV, they need all the caring, respect, kindness, and understanding you can deliver. They may be carrying a secret they don’t want everybody to know about. […]

Sexual Identity

Coming out: Josh’s story

For many people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT), coming out of the closet is a huge moment in their lives — and also sometimes one of the most nerve-wracking. It can be […]

Living with HIV

How meditation can help you manage stress and anxiety when you’re living with HIV

It’s bad enough that social media and news headlines pump hot-and-cold crazy into your world. But you also may have the natural instinct sometimes to panic over your HIV diagnosis and run screaming into the […]

Living with HIV

Tips for managing stress and depression when you’re living with HIV

If you’re living with HIV, it’s not unusual to struggle with stress and depression. We’re sharing some of our tips for managing stress! But remember, you’re not alone — there are people who can help […]

Healthcare Assistance, Talking to a Doctor

Mental Illness: What it is, how to spot symptoms, where to get help

If you’re living with HIV, you already know all about stigma and how it can block people from getting the help they need. People may think HIV is untreatable or that it’s a death sentence. […]

HIV 101, Living with HIV

First aid tips for people living with HIV

First aid can seem like a minefield when you’ve just been diagnosed with HIV. What should you do when you get a nosebleed or a small cut at the barbershop? What if you want to […]

Having Children & HIV, Living with HIV, Women and HIV

How to talk to your kids about your HIV status

Making the decision to tell anyone about your HIV status can be tough. That’s especially true when it comes to deciding to tell your own children. Every family is different. There is no one good […]