Blogs With Audio Content, Healthy Habits, Living with HIV

How to make it through the upcoming holidays with HIV

It’s that time of year again– temperatures are dropping, winter coats become a necessity, and colds seem to be spreading at lightspeed! But it also means that the holidays are approaching and will be here […]

Being Young and Positive, Blogs With Audio Content, Living with HIV

Tips for dealing with workplace harassment

You’ve heard of workplace harassment. It was probably talked about during orientation when you were hired because it’s a very real and destructive problem that’s way more common than people think. For many reasons, 90 […]

Addiction: Alcohol, Drugs & HIV, Blogs With Audio Content

How to Curb Unhealthy Behaviors: Drug Addiction

If you’re reading this, there might be something in your life you want to change. Today, we’re going to talk about your relationship with drugs and what you can do to change it. Even making […]

Blogs With Audio Content, Healthy Habits, Living with HIV

How to meal prep

Between Pinterest and Facebook, you’ve probably heard of meal prepping. Maybe it’s always seemed like something out of reach, but I have good news for you: it isn’t! In fact, prepping your meals ahead of […]

Being Young and Positive, Blogs With Audio Content, Living with HIV, Protecting my Partner, Safer Sex

What you need to know about gonorrhea

We’ve talked about Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) before and laid out how important it is to get tested regularly. Today, we’re going to dive into one of the most common STIs in the United States: […]

Blogs With Audio Content, Healthy Habits

Vitamin C and why it’s good for you

Growing up, your mom or another close relative may have told you to drink your orange juice. That’s because orange juice is packed with vitamin C, which is an essential nutrient. According to the National […]

HIV 101, Mental health, Uncategorized

HIV and HAND

Let’s do a little HIV refresher first. It may seem silly, but it will make understanding HAND a lot easier, we promise! So, HIV weakens the immune system over time, which can make people living […]

Mental health

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and How They Shape Us

About two-thirds of all people will experience an adverse childhood experience (ACE) according to the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, but what does this mean? Adverse childhood experience is any trauma, abuse, or neglect someone […]

Blogs With Audio Content, Healthy Habits

The common cold and living with HIV

Getting a cold is the worst. It means two or three weeks of runny noses, sore throats, and feeling like crap. Billions of people are unlucky enough to wind up with a common cold each […]

Blogs With Audio Content, Mental health

7 mental health podcasts to show you’re not alone

You already know how stressful it can be living with HIV in a world that doesn’t understand. Even with supportive people in your life, it’s easy to get lonely, especially if you’re dealing with a […]