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Awesome read, thanks for sharing TunaGirl. This is definitely a sticky xx

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Kate

Chicken, you were one of the first people who reached out to me and because of your support I was able to see that there were things in my life that were unhealthy and needed to change. For that, I am forever thankful. Take care, you are an inspiration. Stay in touch.

Much love,

Kate

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Quietachiever

Nice story chicken tuna...you've done well and as a newbie here, Your story is what I need to be reading ATM...you sound similar to me with some of your past struggles and you got over them :) good for u

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cowpoke02

Great post .. Stress is the enemy ..  I was stuck around my stresses . destroy you with out herpes .  get it under control and get positive .  remember bad foods .  great relationship or family friends is biggest cure .  safest one .  if you don't you should move to better place with it with out herpes. Ha-ha . so good I could read the whole thing .  take care .. Good times and relations control the chemicals your body produce .  stress creates inflammation and trigger hormones and chemicals . feel the love !!! I used too .  I need to find a good woman and be happy .  be amazed how your health turn around . 

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Ethyl

This is exactly what I needed to read as this brand new situation has thrown me back into depression, a depression I worked so hard to get over.

It's also made me realize the man who gave this to me is not worth fighting for anymore. His behavior in this has been pathetic. He should be bending over backwards for me right now but instead tries to joke about it. 

So thank you. I want to heal from this and not let it fester.

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Eugeniolopez

Great Story Tuna! One must always accept things and change its not always bad, without problems there would be no progress.

As in your story I feel between the first bad days when everything is dark and between the better days to come.

Now I had sign into courses I always wanted to do, exercise is the must difficult (because Ive never really like it, at least gym, outdoors I love) and 3 months into the first Valacyclovir treatment, meditatioons and acceptance my thoughts have started to shift maybe for me the worst was accepting that change is good and what I mean with this is that I was really low when I was thinking all the things that know wont be normal for me and started to see a new life when I redirected my beliefs, ideals and future and how to achieve it now. There is no one way to be happy.

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lia2314

I just was diagnosed in December and your story still helps people! I was very encouraged with this! Thank you!

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Anonxyz

Great post. I really needed to read this today!  

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