There is this girl who inspired me. Her name is Sheila. She is a fighter. When she was younger her parents told her to take tablets. She always wondered why she had to take them, even if she was healthy. She hated them. She first was told she has HIV when she was 11. I asked her if there is a thing she want me to share with you, that’s what she said: was born HIV positive. My family hepled and supported me
take my treatment at the same time each day. But being a young person
living with HIV can be particularly difficult. Especially at school. You don’t know whom you can talk to, but at the end to tell people and stop hiding made my life easier. As I grew older, I wanted to manage my own health care and treatment. Now my health care was transferred to an adult clinic and this was a big change. But it's not that bad and there are times when you forget you have HIV.
Eventually, even when you remember you're positive, it's no longer an
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