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lost99

6 year's with genital. Yes it has gotten better but its a daily struggle. Not a day passes that I don't think about herpes. There's always a little ache or tingle or itch. I think my worry and stress level is my main problem. I'm male in my thirty's and muddling my way through this life. I know life goes on, but this constant drag on my physical well being is somedays more than I can handle. Then I regroup and take on another day. Never quite feeling 100 percent.

But I'm still here, lost. Looking for my relief.

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WarriorKing

You will find that this is a very active web site, with lots of friendly people. Also if you join hwerks and/or mpwh which are partially dating sites and partially a community of friends it might help you get over the mental part that weighs on you.

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