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Those living with HIV comment on Complementary Therapies

“After trying complementary therapies, I feel a stronger sense of self-worth”.

“ I feel more aware of myself”.

“At first I was apprehensive, but after one session of massage I knew I had to have more”.

“I found the commitment hard, but it was worth it. Herbs really help,- my skin is so much better”.

“I really don't know how I would have got through the early stages of my diagnosis,- the care of the complementary therapist taught me to care for myself”.

“Complementary therapies are a catalyst for my spiritual development,- I feel more whole”.

“Art Therapy gave me another way to express my fears. Now that I have moved on I can also use the creative skill I didn't previously know I had”.

“My message to other HIV-positive people is,- try the therapies  experiment - see what works for you and go for it. There is a therapy for everyone”.

“There is no cure for HIV, and so anything that makes me feel better has got to be good. I would strongly recommend Complementary Therapy”.

 

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