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Hsv 2 has turn me into a lost person. I am trying to be positive and look at the best outcomes that come from being given this condition. But I truly struggle with forgiving my self for letting myself down. I knew this person for six years and its just devasting to my soul he didn't care enough to care about himself to care about me. If that makes any sense to anyone else. I want to forgive my self for letting this happen to me by trusting the wrong person but how? I'm trapped in my head and my soul is sad. I let myself go through the emotional roller coaster but I can't stop thinking I'm not normal anymore and all my opportunities to find love is tarnished and forever at a lost. Idk any advice how to cope appericated.

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the only way to move on is to forget your past hurts, forgive those who have hurt you, and accept your own mistakes.. it sounds cliché but really, its all about positive thinking.. take one negative thought and replace it with a positive. even if you do not believe it. "I wont let my past define me" for example, and say it out loud, as funny or weird as it sounds. over and over. force yourself into this habit and within 21 days you will be feeling normal. (21 days is how long it can take to make/change a habit)

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