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pinkzane22

hi, i'm new here. i'm 18. i'm gone through alot. i just need someone to talk to that can actually relate to my situation. :( you can comment below or send me a message. thanks!

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chickentuna

hey there. welcome to our website. I got ghsv1 for 3 years now I am 25 years old.. I have been through a lot otherwise..prettymuch every member here can relate to you some way or another. don't be afraid to ask any questions you may have. :)

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undercover

hello, 24 here oral Hsv1 for 3 years now. we have so much to live for to let a virus hold us back. it will take time but you will heal and move on. just get well informed, learn from your body so that you dont pass it on . and live life to the fullest. also what is your situation dont be shy this is something we all have in common and this is the place to come for support.

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joy2122

Hey! I'm 18 as well.. I totally know how you feel. Please feel free to message me if you need to talk. I need a shoulder too anyways :)

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Acesheart
hi, i'm new here. i'm 18. i'm gone through alot. i just need someone to talk to that can actually relate to my situation. :( you can comment below or send me a message. thanks!

Hi pink, I wanted to welcome you to our family. I have had ghsv2 for 25 years now and I'm still married to a non h man for 22 years. We also have a daughter that is 18 . Please feel free to message me too anytime sweety..It will be alright. Here is a book www.westoverheights.com . We can help you learn good coping skills here. Just settle in and relax. Take your time read some threads and ask any questions. Hugs Ace :itllbeok:

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Acesheart
Hey! I'm 18 as well.. I totally know how you feel. Please feel free to message me if you need to talk. I need a shoulder too anyways :)

Hey joy, welcome :wavey: . It is wonderful you found us. We can help you with education and support and you will meet many here your age too. I am a mom of a 18 year old girl in college now., but home soon :) . If I can help please feel free to ask anything here. Take care honey. Hugs, Ace :)

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