Setting a date, time, and place to tell your partner you're living with HIV

By: Jennifer McMillen Smith, MSSA, LISW-S, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center

Once you've decided it's the right time to talk to your partner about what living with HIV means for you, it can be helpful to set up a specific date, time, and place to tell them. These details can help make sure your message gets across in the best way possible.


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