Living with HIV means making time for family. I have lunch with my sister on Wednesdays, and dinner with co-workers on Fridays. I make time to take my niece to the park, and I have even gone fishing in order to reconnect with with my brother after having been estranged from him for years.
Living with HIV means working hard. I work two jobs in order to help my husb and pay for school, and so that we can put a little aside for a down payment on a house.
Living with HIV also means living responsibly. My husb and and my mother have taken the time to help me learn the basics of cooking healthy meals, and I have worked hard to learn healthy eating habits. I’ve also had to work hard to find an exercise routine that works for me. My husb and was convinced yoga was the answer, but I prefer hiking and swimming.
Perhaps the most important part of living a loving, health and responsible life with HIV is finding life insurance. Having a good life insurance policy will ensure that all of my hard work will be protected, and most importantly, my family with be provided for.