The advantages of visiting specialists for HIV/Aids testing
Are you one of those going through the agony of uncertainty as you struggle to decide whether to go for HIV/Aids testing or not?
The importance of HIV/Aids testing is enormous and the advantages are numerous:
- You are able to know your status
- You are able to retain your peace of mind
- You can live longer than anticipated because you have been informed
- Testing is not a death sentence but a green light to start a new lifestyle of your choice.
- It costs nothing to test as a couple and it improves relationships and buries suspicions which are replaced by facts. The list is endless.
Stand out of the crowds and plan your future as an individual with individual priorities that will cater for the prosperity of your family.
Forget about the myths told about the spread of HIV/Aids and seek without hesitation, the intervention of professionals.
Stop worrying about non-existent troubles and allow the internationally approved specialists to attend to your queries.
Do not stumble up the imagined mountainâ€¦battling with yourself on the next step to take; the chances are you will fall.
As long as you have presented yourself to the experts, you can rest assured the services will certainly be delivered to suit your individual requirements. You need to do your part and they will do theirs. Delegate them to play the role, which you are not qualified to tackle.
The people to visit are Tshepangtrust.org Phone: 011 339 8996
The best way to outlaw stigmatisation and restore peace in people
The HIV/Aids stigmatization which is fast becoming a reality and main cause of many negative developments in many families is only a temporary setback if handled with care, according to experts.
What is the way forward in dealing with stigmatization?
The exit from the menacing HIV and stigmatization is definitely not drug addiction, alcohol abuse or prostitution. All three options are blind and suicidal avenues that provide no solution to the scourge but prolongÂ mental and physical suffering.
There is no solace in avoiding an open review of the facts leading to the curse that spells stigmatization. You are heart broken, traumatized and have lost hope and so you need to be equipped with the right weapon to deal with your problem. The weapon you needÂ is the expert handling of the problem and put an end to the suffering.
Stigmatization is archaic, it deserves rejection and can be blotted out if you start looking at the positive side of life by consulting Tshepang Trust in Johannesburg, the source of happiness. This is where many hitherto victims of the plaque found their way back to the track and are now living normal lives.
Some doubting Thomases have been proved wrong following the expert advice that dealt the stigmatization of HIV positive people a heavy blow. Thanks to the wise counseling provided by experienced men and women trained to replace desperation with hope, happiness has been restored in people who now live positively.
Stigmatization is a disgrace that should be discarded for its out datedness and Tshepang Trust is living no stone unturned in search of more workable and modern solutions to the menance.
HIV is a disease and many of the infected and affected people are innocent victims of circumstances that were beyond their control. Some of these people were not aware of the virus, others were forcibly dragged into it and so it is thoughtless to stigmatize them.
Whether HIV positive or negative, do not be scared to come back to normal life. It is not too late to consult:Tshepangtrust.org Phone: 011 339 8996.
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Dr kgosi Letlape is ar ophthalmologist, formar chairperson of the South Africanâ”¬Ăˇ Medical Association and now heads The Tshepang Trust, a programme to delever a comprehensive nation HIV/AIDS Intervention strategy. he tells Mandy Collins about his views on health and healing and his visions for the future.
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