Your books have meant a lot to me and I reflexively found myself jumping to your defense on the Sweeping Zen website. As a childhood victim of therapists and their big pharma masters the language of her article really bothered me. I railed against her in the comments section as childishly as any zen teacher. I think the big question for me is, is there any benefit to practicing buddhism? It all seems pretty pointless to me. I!￣ve seen no evidence that long-time practitioners are any happier or wiser than anyone else and they kind of seem ill-suited to help anyone else. Anyone else finished with this sad theater? Who says there has to be answers anyway?
I was diagnosed with hiv in 2012, my cd4 count was 574 during my first test. At the clinic i was told to come after 12 months, i did so and my second cd4 count was 217, they then put me on treatment immediately. I would like to know whether hiv is curable or what? I also want to know that if i am on treatment i can pass the virus to my partner or what.
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Me and my wife we have been together for almost five years now, and we have been blessed with a very beutifull daughter , but on 11december 2013 we went for a routine check as she is pregnant again for about seven month and she tested positive and I was negative and we never used protection , so what are my chances of being HIV+ after I repeat the test in three month time?
Same problem here, can you please mail me the solution
If both the husband and wife are HIV +ve, how best can they live? and is a CD4 count of 376 over 11 years safe without ARVs?
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I don!￣t know how useful it is to take !°sides!± in this discussion, but I do want to say that Brad!￣s books and blog have been super helpful to me, and it!￣s nice to have a (somewhat) prominent voice in Zen that isn!￣t from the baby boomer generation or who doesn!￣t treat Zen as merely a subset of psychotherapy.