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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

The stories I've read were interesting, From my point of view. I'm doing class research on AIDS. The info. I received helped me to focus more on the particular subject.

Thursday, November 11, 1999

I am a nursing student at the University of North Dakota and I am presenting a lecture to my class next week on HIV. I was wondering if you could provide me with some useful web sites-text to help add to my discussion. Do you know what the percent of people infected with HIV is that have gotten it from working in the health care. Do you know where I can get red ribbons to distribute?
Thank you kindly for all of your help...

Hello Tami,
I'll give you the name of a website which has a very good statistics section and infact has the statistics for USA care workers and possible occupationally acquired infection
http://www.avert.org/statindx.htm
The AVERT site should be very helpful to you, also try www.thebody.com
The links section of my website www.HIVAIDS.webcentral.com.au/links.html will also give you some direction with visiting other sites. As for the red ribbons, try and contact your nearest AIDS organisation who should be able to help you with your request.....l'm based in Australia and don't know the answer to that one!
You could also try the World AIDS day website as l'm sure they will have information www.worldAIDSday.org
Good-luck with your lecture and l hope that you continue to visit the site!
Carolena Helderman
HIV/AIDS Website


Thursday, November 11, 1999

I am doing a research project on the AIDS virus and I have spent hours looking for pictures of AIDS cells.
Please Help Me!!

Hi Joshua,
Here is a web site that may be of help to you for images http://www.critpath.org/aric/library/img.htm
I found this site thru Yahoo by typing in "AIDS medical images" try typing this into some other search engines if the address l gave you is not what your after.
Hope your research project goes well.
All the best,
Carolena Helderman
HIV/AIDS Website Designer


Thursday, November 18, 1999

Please update link to Women's Health State-wide - moved to www.whs.sa.gov.au
thanx
Lise Moody
Health Information & Promotion Officer

Monday, November 22, 1999

get the address of Alis, because I would like to ask her a few questions. This project has a due date and I would love to hear from you before Nov,25 1999.
Thank-you very much for your time and consideration. Melissa

HI Melissa,
Sorry that l didn't get back to you earlier this week, I'm moving house so everything is in chaos.
I had a small search for Allisa's e-mail address and couldn't find it so I'll try again on the weekend. I have a feeling that l got her story via e-mail and replied to her but my e-mail was returned as wrong address........anyhow I'll find it and perhaps you can give it a go.
Sorry for the delay.
Carolena Helderman
HIV/AIDS Positive Stories Designer

THANK YOU VERY MUCH I REALLY THANK YOU FOR YOU EFFORTS.
uMM, IF YOU DO GET A HOLD OF HER PLEASE E-MAIL ME AND WE CAN TALK.
Thanks AGAIN AND LUCK WITH THE MOVE.
Melissa


Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Daddy I can only fear what the end will be
Loss of sight and speech
But,
mostly
You.
To watch you waste away
From the man you
Once were.
And To touch your hand
And not have it reach back.

How can you hold me when
You³re gone?
How can I learn from your ghost?
The simple things,
Quiet whispers,
Unheeded advice,
But most of all,
Your shadow to follow.

You were supposed to be my father.
Not the man who diminishes
Before my eyes.
Into anger
And hate.
Into insanity
And pain.
But, the man
Who gives me away
And welcomes my children.

What did I lose you to?
A disease that steals
Your soul.
A sickness that robs me of my
Daddy.

Friday, November 26, 1999

please view the memorial page I created for my sister: http://community.webtv.net/MJTERRELL/DaveneMarie
Let me know what you think. If you have a place on your page for links like this I'd like to be included.
Thanks, great site, keep up the good work.

Thanks for visiting the site, I've heard from you once before and put your letter in the feedback section.....excuse my lateness in thanking you.
I put a link to your site in that section and in the near future will also put a link on the Links page. I've been moving house so l haven't been able to read thru your site yet....but l will ....but well done on creating a site!
I'm sure it is a good thing for you and many, many others. Well done.
If l didn't send you a reply last time, then please take time to go to the feedback section on my site because l recommended a few stories for you to read on the site.
I hope that you'll keep visiting the site and thank-you for adding to it.
Carolena
HIV/AIDS Positive Stories website designer


Friday, December 3, 1999

Hello. My name is Julie and I am a college student studying ele education in Springfield, Mo.
I am doing a project on AIDS & HIV. If there is anything that you can send me like phamplets, posters, whatever--it would help me and my classmates out very much.
Thanks for your time have a nice day!!!

Hi Julie, I don't have any written material other than what is written on the site, try some of the other American sites listed on my Links page.
Good-luck,
Carolena Helderman HIV/AIDS Website Designer


Monday, December 6, 1999

As a Christian, my goal is to be "Christ like." I'd like to be involved in this project.
It hits close to home. I wish I'd done and said so much earlier. But I'm doing it now, and that's what counts. To GOD be the glory.

My name is Stephanie. My uncle is a gay man living with AIDS. I found out at the end of the '98 school year. I wanted my entire summer to be dedicated to spending time with my uncle Ronnie.
I had already suspected that my uncle was gay, not that he fits a stereotype or anything. As a Christian, I immediately thought of my uncle's salvation. I prayed vigorously and continue to do so. He's not yet saved.
Finding out about my uncle was a huge burden in the beginning, my family is not the greatest at communication. Over the summer my uncle took me to San Francisco. We talked alot. We talked about him being gay, we talked about him living with AIDS, not being a victim of it, not dying from it, not suffering from it, but living with AIDS. We attended the funeral of a gay friend of his who past away, also diagnosed with AIDS. It was the first time I stepped foot into a gay church. I was uncomfortable.
Then I came to a realization, they believe the same as I do. Gay or not, we shared the belief that Christ died for our sins and we are only saved by His GRACE, not our orientation or lifestyle but by GRACE. The choir sang the most beautiful music. That summer I got to really know my uncle.
Sometimes I cry thinking about my uncle. I hate to see him in pain, worse yet, I hate to see him unsaved. My uncle is one of the best men I know in my life. He's the relative I'm closest too. It's like we have a connection. AIDS has affected my life. It's forced me to mature, to open my eyes. It's made me a more sensitive and aware person. I grown in my walk with Christ.
When I hear people say stuff like "gays deserve AIDS if they lead that lifestyle" it hurts. Because I think of my uncle, and what a great man he is. I think of the Word of God. "The wages of sin is death, but gift of Jesus is everlasting life..." we've all sinned, and no sin is larger than the other in our Father's eyes.
I'd like my uncle to receive the gift of everlasting life, I'd like everyone to receive it.
His HIV status doesn't matter to God in heaven. It shouldn't
matter to people on earth either.

Monday, December 6, 1999

I AM AFRAID THAT I MAY HAVE HIV. I AM A MALE AN HAD SEX WITH A FEMALE IT WAS PROTECTED THOUGH BUT IM STILL SCARED CAUSE I MESSED AROUND A LITTLE BIT WITHOUT IT BUT I NEVER PUT IT IN HER I WAS WONDERING WHEN YOU GET HIV WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS AND WHEN DO YOU NOTICE THEM
THANK YOU

Hi Dee, I'm sorry but l can't give you the information that your after as this is a web site of peoples stories and experiences.
But l can direct you to some sites that will have the information you need to know.
Carolena
HIV/AIDS Website Designer
http://www.avert.com
http://www.thebody.com


Saturday, December 11, 1999

I like that we are able to write our feelings about this illness

In the shadow of my shame
swallowed by a pain for which there is no pill

Day after day,I surrender a little of myself

With no reason or purpose
my torture is self inflicted yearning for lost time,I lose today

Battle worn,this war I curse

With no redemption in sight
I live an eternity that comes quietly each night

On the ground bleeding,is my soul
a causality I cannot afford

As it replicates it breeds
It takes away a little more of me

     
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