I met Dr. Zamora in July of 2010 at PGH, she's been my doctor ever since and now she is leaving S.A.G.I.P - PGH. Dr. Zamora isn't like any doctor she is very friendly, sincere and you can always depend on her. I remember the last time we talked she told me to take care of myself and I have to be a good boy from now on, I admit I am "pasaway" most of the time, but I am not stubborn I just like to live my life the way I want it. Sorry doc! With the disease that I have I think its really important that you have a strong connection with your doctor. I can share anything to her about my life, family, career, love life, even my sex life, she just listen without any judgement, she even met my mom and my partner, she is very supportive. She guided me in this journey, she is one of the reason why I am still healthy, for a year and seven months she took care of me. I cannot thank her enough. I am really sad that she's not going to be my doctor anymore, I feel that I am also losing a friend. She is one of the few people that understands my personality. I will surely miss her. If ever you read this doc THANK YOU! I promise to be good from now on. You're the BEST! I will miss you. :)
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Monday, February 13, 2012
How can I forget this day...
Today I am reminded of how my journey begun, my struggles and sacrifices, and how far I've grown since then. At a young age I had to face HIV, live with HIV. Living a normal life is tough, living with HIV is tougher! I am thankful of having to wake up every day and continue to aim for my goals in life. Its been two years now and I'm very happy of who I've become today, I've helped a few people and hopefully inspire more. I just realized my life will never be normal but it can be next to normal. I consider this day as my second birthday.
This heart is still beating! Just keep on breathing guys. :)