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Talking to someone can go a long way toward improving your well-being and ability to perform day-to-day tasks.You may not have people in your life you feel comfortable talking to about your problems.AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) has fast become a major worldwide epidemic.Many find that there is a stigma associated with the disease, making them feel alone and afraid.Our HIV/Aids support group helps connect individuals affected by the virus in effort to positively affect their mental health and emotional well-being.The Tribe offers its HIV/Aids support group members a place to share stories, encouragement and friendship.Share the sights and sounds of your life as it happens. Send where you are or where you're going to be so no one gets lost. These little guys will make your conversations cuter and much more fun, and we release new ones all the time! Tap a friend's avatar anywhere in the app and take your private conversation aside.
If you are experiencing stresses associated with being marginalized from mainstream society a support network can be a great way to help you cope.
Members of our HIV/Aids support group will have access to the latest in social network technology including a dedicated activity stream, forum and chat room.
In addition members can participate in the larger wellness challenge through our inspirational wellness tools: wellness tracker, friend reminders, mood mapping and sending kudos.
But, some anti-HIV drugs can cause psychological problems, and in some cases, advanced HIV infection is known to cause HIV-related cognitive brain disorders.
Fortunately, there are many things you can do to look after your emotional health, and a lot of help available if you do experience problems.