Darryl Duran

Long-term survivor since early 1990. So much has changed since being given six months to live. Today, tomorrow, each day is different. If it didn’t happen to me, I don’t know where I’d be. HIV has forced me to change my life. I have been lucky to have a great health care team throughout my […]

Joshua Caraballo, PsyD

On this, #adaywithhiv adds up to over 11 years for me. Undetectable, and now thinking of all the possibilities for my life ahead. That, and the conviction to do everything in my power to maintain and improve my mind, heart, body, and spirit.

Zeke Garcia Murton

In the union of wills, own your narrative. Don’t let it control you. Celebrate having love come towards you! Evidence over emotion. U =U.

Dona Lackey

Loving me, all day every day! Home relaxing after a long work day! I was diagnosed in 2006. I thought I was unlovable. Those early days were tough! Look at me now! In love with myself and my life! Tomorrow is my 4 year wedding anniversary!

Precious Mwewa Chisenga

Another year another day, every day living with HIV. 💪 I always remember it’s my health, my life, my responsibility to take my ARVs every day.

KEITH

“Not all heroes wear capes” ….been living with and fighting against the stigma for the past 30 years.

Lillibeth Gonzalez

Self care is very important. Living with HIV for 30 years has its ups and downs. Love yourself, and help inform people on the importance of self care and mental health.

Nicole Lesh

Well… this happened today! I have officially graduated from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and plan to start my health coaching business called SurThrive Life. I’ll support people through six-month programs. Shifting from surviving to thriving. Thirty years positive in October. A year ago I wasn’t sure if I could make it through the program—and […]