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@BriAmazed and I had been communicating about me telling my boyfriend who is currently deployed and looking forward to me being on the pier when he comes home.  I didn't know whether to tell him about my hsv2 now or wait but after thinking about it I told him on Friday through email of course because we can't communicate right now. I love him and just wanted to be honest.  We had never had sex before, we have only been together since may 5th and I have been celibate for a year now so this hsv2 CAUGHT ME OFF GUARD COMPLETELY. 

when I told him I didn't receive a response until today so of course my mind started going crazy...I didn't know if he wasn't responding because he was freaking out or if it was because he had no internet connection(which happens at times). 

This morning he emailed me back and confirmed he had no internet connection and has been extremely busy out there. He continued on to say that he loved me no less and is not shutting me out at all, said he wants us to just sit down and talk, and that he has a lot of questions and things he needs to familiarize himself with but that's all....

WHAT A RELIEF....I feel so much better because the wait was killing me...

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@SheMattersthanks for sharing and glad you heard back when do u sit down and chat with him? 

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26 minutes ago, LillianPanos said:

@SheMattersthanks for sharing and glad you heard back when do u sit down and chat with him? 

Thanks. Well we will probably talk on the phone about it when things ease up  where he is but he comes home in august so That will be when we will be able to talk face to face 

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