Terry Johnston

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From Grand Rapids, July 17, 2015



“I needed a hug but was told I am a lethal weapon and threatened with jail.”

Terry told the bravest Failure:Lab story yet when he revealed his secret of being HIV positive. He talked about his experience with friends, family and the health department. His story is now a tool being used to educate legislators about an outdated law and has already helped cause positive changes at the health department.

Terry’s Failure:Lab story will be shared and he will talk about the power of telling stories and what has happened as a result of his story TONIGHT, Tuesday, December 1, at the World AIDS Day Event at Fountain Street Church in Grand Rapids, MI at 7 p.m. Event Information HERE.

Are you holding on to a story for fear of the response? Who are you protecting? Is it possible that real, positive change could come from sharing your story, if not for anyone but yourself?

Terry shared his story with Failure:Lab and now with you.

Share your thoughts, lessons or feedback with us: info@failure-lab.com