Women Living with HIV/AIDS are one of the group of people who have been experiencing the psychosocial challenges of HIV/AIDS. Psychologically, women diagnosed for HIV experienced fear, shame, powerlessness, sadness and other distressing emotional reactions. Socially, probably the single most challenge for women with HIV/AIDS is stigma. This Book, therefore, provides the strategies that women living with HIV/AIDS use to cope with the psychosocial challenges of HIV/AIDS in line with detail information about the psychosocial challenges of women living with HIV/AIDS. In view of this, it was found that women living with HIV/AIDS use both engagement and disengagement coping to deal with psychosocial challenges.How the study was conducted? To conduct the study exploratory research design and qualitative research approach were used.