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hehe, depends on what's going on.  Sometimes this site is flourishing and other times it chills.


Like just then, I meant to send that message but had to do some stuff and here I am back making another message.

What's going on? :)

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Really? I thought it would be flourishing ha!!  just relaxing this weekend for once, have you had much luck on this site and does it help?

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"benefit" is gained by those who persist.  This site has been very helpful in some aspects and very frustrating in others.   

You have people from all different walks of life getting a virus that affects everyone differently and everyone is an expert from THEIR point of view.

So take everything with a grain of salt.  

Depends on what type of help you want.  I'm a moderator on another website but I enjoy reaching out on multiple fronts.  I'm not a gigantic fan of antiviral prescription meds, as if this is for the rest of my life then  I want to get through it sustainably and naturally through diet, lifestyle and herbs.   Sure, if you have some encephalitis going on then take the antivirals.  Everything depends on the level of severity.   I just had an outbreak the past 2 days that if had happened months ago I would've been a mess.  But I know my options of what to do and am able to control things they best I can.   I observe my lifestyle choices and how they make me feel and adjust accordingly.  This past week was just a very stressful one. 


But I will say what I dislike on this SUPPORT forum, is how inappropriate one of the members gets with me, claiming I don't have HSV and taking up space in people's posts to start a tennis match to go back n' forth.   Maybe if the nature of this forum was more of a lower grade forum with vulgar language and topics do I expect "Trolls" to be a thing.  But to have a feeling of being trolled on a herpes support group... I'm better about it, but it's not worth battling someone who has their own struggle and their own reality.   Our personal reality is enough to deal with.


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Hi Chris...welcome to the site.  The form is a great place for support and options...but I haven't had much luck meeting others in my area to connect with if that is what you are hoping for...however, I'm from a pretty small town in Ont.

Enjoy the site...looking forward to chatting.  LL

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...however, I'm from a pretty small town in Ont.

Hey, another Ontario gal! :D Welcome!

By the way everyone - we have posts for people who want to say "Hi" to others from wherever around the world you all are from :)


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