HIVAidsTribe.com has announced that its members can create individual groups with the support site. Numerous groups in the website have been categorically divided into various sections.
Online PR News – 22-September-2011 – – Carlsbad, California, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011: One of the most visited online Aids Support Group HIVAidsTribe.com has announced that it allows its tribe members to create individual groups. The popular HIV Forum allows its members to create groups of their own choice. The support site has created a categorical division of groups into different sections like Activities, Automotive, Business & Entrepreneurs, Cities and Neighborhood, Companies / Co-worker, Computers & Internet, Countries & Regional, Culture & Communities, Entertainment, Family & Home, Fan Clubs, Fashion & Style, Film &n Television, Food Drink & Wine, Games, Gay Lesbian & Bi, Government & Politics, Health Wellness & Fitness, Hobbies & Craft, Literature & Arts, Money and Investing, Music, Nightlife & Clubs, and Recreation & Sports. Members of the online support group can create groups of their choice under any of the above mentioned categories.
Commenting on this announcement, says founder of online HIV Forum, Mr. Ryan FitzGerald, “Those living with Aids often feel helpless and isolated due to their sufferings. They require constant love, care and support of their family members and friends to overcome the shadows of loneliness. Our support site helps those living with Aids to connect with other like minded people going through similar problems. Besides this, there are numerous other activities that help the members to stay occupied.”
HIVAidsTribe.com has numerous interesting sections like Home, Health info, Browse, Gallery, Blogs, Forums, Events, Polls, and Games. Besides keeping the Aids Support Group members busy, these sections also help the users to collect information about the disease though informative sections like Health info and Health News. Besides this, the HIV Forum members can also participate in live chat sessions for interacting with other tribe members.
Adds Mr. FitzGerald, “Our online Aids Support Group membership is very beneficial for all those looking for societal help and support. Our tribe members can share their thoughts with others though the interactive sections like live chat sessions. They can share their stories and experiences over the blog section by posting their own experiences. For information about the disease, its symptoms and related news, they can browse the Health Information and Health News Section.”
To gather more information on how to create groups over the popular online Aids Support Group, log on to http://www.hivaidstribe.com/groups/