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Working with gay males who are HIV positive or symptomatic

Working with gay males who are HIV positive or symptomatic

1. Introduction In working with gay males who are HIV positive or symptomatic, a familiar undercurrent is the presence of shame and guilt within these men. Lee et al. 2001) distinguishes these two emotions. According to Lee, external shame is the feeling that others look down upon oneself, which leads to a feeling of inferiority; internal shame is the feeling that oneself is devalued, thus damaging the self-identity.

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