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NurseStudent89

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I know it sucks to find out something like having herpes. But you are the same person that you were before you found out. Always stay true to yourself and never let anyone tell you that you are anything less that amazing. Remember keep your head up high and walk with your back straight. You are only as strong as you want to be. STAY STRONG ALWAYS!

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Thank you for your post! It is so difficult to find people who remain positive once being diagnosed. I figure, I'm not dying so this isn't that bad. It just is hard that we can't talk much about it for fear of people thinking we're "dirty". I understand STD's are preventive, but really it happens. I have no one to blame, but myself. It's apparent that I got it from someone, but I still made my decisions, I could have protected myself better (abstinence is the only fool proof way). I think it's time we take personal accountability and embrace the opportunity of personal growth and enrichment through our diagnosis. Thank you for your post! Infinite Love & Gratitude.

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