I’m a dad, a husband and a father of two.
My family lives on the east coast of Australia, so I’m very familiar with the region.
I’m the youngest, and the oldest.
My partner and I are both in their 60s.
We live in a big house in a small town in NSW.
We have no children.
We’ve worked very hard to make it work.
The last 10 years have been challenging.
We’re at the peak of our life, and we’ve got lots of problems.
Our finances are in shambles, we’ve had to retire and start over again, and my marriage is on the rocks.
Our family lives in a state that has just elected its first Indigenous president, and our children are being sent to school at a time when Indigenous education is under attack.
I can’t get used to being told I’m not a father.
The problems that have plagued us since the start of the year have made me realise we can’t keep on living in this state of our own accord.
And that is the main reason I’m writing this article.
We need to get over this, and get on with life.
Read moreWhat we know about the Zika virus:The Zika virus is spreading rapidly in the Americas and Europe, and there’s a real risk of it spreading to Australia.
The government is trying to contain it, but there is a real possibility that it could reach the Australian mainland.
It is spreading at a high rate in the south-east of Australia.
I am worried about the safety of our families, our kids, and people living in remote communities in remote parts of Australia because there is so much uncertainty.
We’re also seeing a lot of cases of severe, severe birth defects.
We know that people are getting infected.
We don’t know how long the virus will last, and that’s really important to me.
If the virus spreads to Australia, we can expect to see the death toll rise dramatically.
The health impacts of Zika are already becoming known in the US and Europe.
People are starting to die.
We haven’t even started to see how many people are being infected in this country.
I’m not blaming anyone for the Zika outbreak, but the problem has to be tackled.
And the only way to do that is to have a proper national plan to control this virus and control the spread.
The Zika crisis:Aboriginal women in Australia are particularly vulnerable to infection, with many not getting tested until months later because of the lack of testing facilities in remote areas.
The virus has spread from Africa to Latin America and Asia.
The Zika epidemic has made many people question their own masculinity and their ability to support their families.
We are seeing a growing number of women who have left their families to find work, and now they’re returning home and their kids are coming home to look after them.
I know my own daughters, and their dad, have been struggling with the loss of their mother and are struggling to get through school, and they’ve lost a lot in the process.
They are in a lot more danger than I am, and I want to do everything I can to make sure they’re not put in that situation again.
We should have a national plan in place to manage the Zika crisis.
I believe that the first step to a better life is for all Australians to get tested for Zika and take part in the national response to Zika.
What you need to know about Zika:There are two main ways to catch the Zika disease: a mosquito bite or a mosquito that is pregnant.
The Zika virus has the ability to spread between humans and mosquitoes.
But it can also spread to other animals, including humans.
The first test is for the mosquito that bites you.
The second test is a test for the virus that is carried in the saliva of a pregnant woman.
If you have antibodies to Zika virus, you will be tested.
There is a 1 in 100,000 chance that you will get the virus.
If Zika virus infection is detected, your immune system attacks the virus and kills it.
If you are infected, the virus can then spread to another person, including to your unborn baby.
You can die from it, or if it spreads to other people, it can cause birth defects such as microcephaly or brain damage.
What to do if you are pregnant:If you have been bitten by a mosquito, get tested immediately.
If antibodies to the Zika strain are present in your blood, your chances of contracting Zika infection are low.
However, if you have tested positive for the infection, you should get tested again within two weeks.
If it is still a risk, you may be asked to go to hospital.
You may need to undergo tests at home and at a hospital in your region, or in a laboratory in another country.
If there is no test result in two weeks, you might need