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guy1968

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guy1968

I game on here almost a month ago. I've had some members make light of my HSV1 but i have to say even though this diagnosis hasn't hit me physically yet it definitely has emotionally and mentally. I went out one night and it felt so weird. I hung out for like an hour and as soon as I stepped out of the lounge and started heading for my car I felt better. I got home and I sighed a big breath of relief. I just don't know how I am going to date again. I think I will eliminated the "talk" all together and try to find someone who's got the same thing. I know there are dating sites wet up for people with STDs. I just wonder if that is my best bet. Specifically look for someone with HSV1. I am so down about this. I don't even kiss my child just in case... Divorced since 2009.... his mom is just about to marry.... I'm like how do I find someone now? I love my son and I wouldnt change a thing but having shared custody does also weed you out in the dating scene. Like I said, i wouldnt trade my custody for anyone but it is reality. And now I have to open up about this before I even kiss anyone. I never though I'd be inside my house on a Friday night when i don't have my son. If it wasnt for this HSV1 - I'd be out flirty, mingling having a good time. This fucking blows.

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RealisticGal

Oh, guy...

Just keep in mind that this self-imposed isolation you are considering...would be based on a condition that roughly 8 out of 10 humans around you share.

At least, if you do decide you must look for someone who has HSV1, you shouldn't have too much difficulty finding folks who qualify. They are the statistical majority.

:hmmmm2:

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guy1968
Oh, guy...

Just keep in mind that this self-imposed isolation you are considering...would be based on a condition that roughly 8 out of 10 humans around you share.

At least, if you do decide you must look for someone who has HSV1, you shouldn't have too much difficulty finding folks who qualify. They are the statistical majority.

:hmmmm2:

Thanks RG :)

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guy1968
Oh, guy...

Just keep in mind that this self-imposed isolation you are considering...would be based on a condition that roughly 8 out of 10 humans around you share.

At least, if you do decide you must look for someone who has HSV1, you shouldn't have too much difficulty finding folks who qualify. They are the statistical majority.

:hmmmm2:

you just said it though "statistical" majority. Statistical... who really knows?

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you just said it though "statistical" majority. Statistical... who really knows?

Well, guy...you aren't wrong. :hmmmm2:

Stats...bleh.

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