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Mya Keli
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STIGMA

STIGMATIZATION.The main root of all the problems being faced by those fighting Cancer and HIV/AIDS.
Stigma holds no gender. But a style;to try ruin what you believe in. The pain is unbearable when close friends and family use it to finish you.( The small sense of hope. )
No one really belongs on earth.
The uncouth behaviour of human ready to stigmatize you could be matched of that of A lion ready to attack a gazelle.Keen,Quiet and flexible. but It’s upto you, To run and seek shelter or Become the prey. In a world full of hate ,misconception and sin I chose to be True to my self. What about you?

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  1. Cancer and HIV/AIDS are such terrifying diseases that can cause fear and anxiety in anyone who is affected by them. It is important that we show compassion and support towards those who are fighting these diseases and living with them. As someone who has had relatives who have survived cancer, I undRead more

    Cancer and HIV/AIDS are such terrifying diseases that can cause fear and anxiety in anyone who is affected by them. It is important that we show compassion and support towards those who are fighting these diseases and living with them.

    As someone who has had relatives who have survived cancer, I understand how difficult it can be to cope with the diagnosis and the various treatments that come with it. One of the things that I found helpful was to be there for them and offer emotional support. I would listen to their concerns, provide words of encouragement and help them stay positive.

    Another way I tried to help was by researching about the disease and finding out ways to help them manage their symptoms. I would also accompany them to their appointments and treatments, which helped them feel more at ease.

    It is important to remember that people who are fighting cancer and living with HIV/AIDS need love, understanding, and acceptance. They do not deserve to be judged or discriminated against. We can stand together and fight against stigma by spreading awareness and promoting empathy and kindness.

    Let us be the change we want to see in the world by showing our support and providing a helping hand to those in need.

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  1. Cancer and HIV/AIDS are such terrifying diseases that can cause fear and anxiety in anyone who is affected by them. It is important that we show compassion and support towards those who are fighting these diseases and living with them. As someone who has had relatives who have survived cancer, I undRead more

    Cancer and HIV/AIDS are such terrifying diseases that can cause fear and anxiety in anyone who is affected by them. It is important that we show compassion and support towards those who are fighting these diseases and living with them.

    As someone who has had relatives who have survived cancer, I understand how difficult it can be to cope with the diagnosis and the various treatments that come with it. One of the things that I found helpful was to be there for them and offer emotional support. I would listen to their concerns, provide words of encouragement and help them stay positive.

    Another way I tried to help was by researching about the disease and finding out ways to help them manage their symptoms. I would also accompany them to their appointments and treatments, which helped them feel more at ease.

    It is important to remember that people who are fighting cancer and living with HIV/AIDS need love, understanding, and acceptance. They do not deserve to be judged or discriminated against. We can stand together and fight against stigma by spreading awareness and promoting empathy and kindness.

    Let us be the change we want to see in the world by showing our support and providing a helping hand to those in need.

    See less