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Infidel

I,m tired of the reaction i get from potentinal lovers when i tell them i have herpes, I want to do the right thing but now being that i'm such a private person I'm tired of telling.six years ago when i contracted this i was told i was only able to pass it when i felt an outbreak coming on, now the shedding of the virus changes everything, I really care about a new man in my life and i dont want to tell him because if i do he will definately be in the wind

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TITANIC

put yourself in his shoes, then you will know what the right thing is...think of the consequences if you do not tell and then you have to face him with that scenario....how do you think he will feel about you then....he will feel betrayed and pissed and could you blame him? that is not what you base a relationship on...betrayal

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luca

I know exactly what you mean, I made a similar thread about this. That i'm afraid of having the talk because they will be gone. But in the end you do need to tell them. What if this person had HIV and was sick of tellin people cause they left and he gave it to you. You would be super pissed. If you really think you care about this person and see a future with this person then you have to tell them. A relationship is based on trust so starting it out on a lie would not be the best idea.

I watched a late night show last night on MTV on people with HIV and they had relationships with HIV negative people. There are people out there that are willing to deal with your HSV.

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