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Unconditional love

Hi about three years ago I found out that my mother was HIV positive. By this time it was already advanced HIV. She had suffered through the whole disease by herself and kept it a secret for fear of stigma and to protect us, her kids. I was so heart broken.


It became apparent that my father had it too. This explained alot of things like the endless supply of antibiotics in our house, the weight loss and alcoholism.


At 22yrs in 2004 my mother passed away and I had never experienced that kind of heartbreak. It was bad enough that she was dying, but watching her suffer a slow painful death that she did not deserve was heart wrenching.

My life has never been the same since. I miss her so much and know that I will probably never experience the type of unconditional love that my mother had for me.


I wish that this would have been the end of it, but since then I am loosing and have lost many more relatives to AIDS. I have many young nieces and nephews who are going to experience the pain and anguish that I did.

I personally believe that HIV/AIDS was developed in a laboratory and hope that someday it will be proven as such and the people responsible brought to justice.


Sent via Email October 29, 2006 from Nairobi, Kenya.

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