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“Because we so fear the punishment, we just keep things bottled up inside.” Howell-Moree was prosecuted under the military’s non-disclosure laws and would have faced 8-12 years if convicted. Had I had the support and knowledge that I have now back then, I would most definitely have done things differently.” Co-organized by SERO Project and Positive Women’s Network-USA, the Training Academy comes on the heels of a major victory in Colorado, where dedicated efforts to modernize the law were led by Barb Cardell (one of magazine’s Most Amazing HIV-Positive People of 2016).Thrilled about the success, Cardell says, “The law now focuses on proven methods of protecting public health — like education and counseling — while discarding the language of criminalization, which actually discourages testing, treatment and disclosure.
Many find that there is a stigma associated with the disease, making them feel alone and afraid.
If your mental health symptoms are affecting your ability to cope or live a productive life, it’s important to get professional help as well.