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  1. @NJRunnerMomI totally agree with you. I plan to use conventional dating as I feel like you do. If they are into you, H doesn't matter
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  2. @JuneBSorry for the delay. In the first 15 years I did not use anti viral meds. The last 10 years, I did. We were very careful. He had absolutely no problem using condoms which was entirely his choice and we also had more oral sex than anything (who doesn't like that) whereby the transmission rate is almost nothing orally
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  3. Sun - HSV actually DOES cause anxiety in the prodrome stage... I myself have dealt with it for years now.. That other person that replied to this saying it does not is giving you inaccurate info. There is actual info online if you search hard enough for it, but I can tell you first hand that when in the prodrome phase of an outbreak, it can in fact cause a lot of the anxiety symptoms.. Just hang in there.. it passes...
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  4. yea that's not the flu... that is the hsv active in your system... I've got the same issue with the loss of appetite.. it happens before an outbreak.. the outbreak is the final stage of it all... It's a nasty feeling to have to go through though that prodrome stage but once you get past that point, you feel good again...
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  5. Exactly!!! Good luck to you, you're special someone is out there, I promise!
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  6. Hi!!! HOORAAYY!! That is so relieving ❤️ I am so happy for you and your daughter!!! ❤️🌻🌼 In regards to your short term memory from the trauma, I am so sorry. Trauma can make us think we are bad or doing something bad, my therapist called it identifying with the abuser. It's like, we know how it feels to have unkindness done into us, so we have this immense fear of harming others. Please know you are not alone. ❤️ Your daughter is so blessed to have you as a mama!! 🌄🌻🌼 I'm soo happy about the results and for your choice to start enjoying yourself!! 🥰 You deserve to be happy and to enjoy yourself and your life!! Wishing you both the best!!! ❤️❤️ Blessings, Grace
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  7. absolutely... and I hope that more people will come to this forum and express themselves about it... It's not fun living with this at all but there is comfort in knowing what's happening inside...
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  8. Thank you for your thoughts and insight. So much hurt and pain for a cold sore. How did such a small thing become so big and so shameful that it breaks up relationships and hurts so many people? I don’t think our relationship will recover and I’m starting to accept that. I did my best and am so sad at what’s happened but I can’t do anything to change it. I guess if he loved me he wouldn’t care about this so I need to just try to move on. thanks again to those who replied.
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  9. You shouldn't feel bad. You proceded like the text-book. It's normal that you feel bad about it, but don't let it take your energy since you acted un the right way. As a man, I can tell you that he is probably having all the thoughts we have when we get the virus: - Nobody is gonna love me. - I am dirty. - How did I allow this in my life. - This is my fault. - I'll have this for the rest of my life. - Everybody is gonna make fun of me. - I don't want people to know about it. - Should I stay in this relationship? I don't want to disclose this to a new person. If he likes you, he will come back with you. Just let him think and give him space. I would suggest that you can tell him how you feel, without making a drama: that you like him; that you took care of him as much as you could, but it happened; you can imagine how he feels; that you feel bad; that you liked him since the beggining and disclose it as a sign of respect; that you still respect him; that you want to be with him; that you respect his decision. You did right and he knows he can't blame you. You got all his respect because of it as I can imagine when I read your story. I think he is processing how it will be having the virus, and assuming the condition, maybe. That's a possible interpretation. In my case, the woman didn't disclose it to me. She disclosed ir after months in the relationship. I really loved her. In my case, not disclosing was the reason I ended the relationship. I couldn't forgive it and I still think that if she had disclosed before being with her, I'd have been with her. I hope your guy figures out how he feels soon. Regards,
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