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  1. I totally need guidance on this too, as I was diagnosed 2 days ago. I used to love getting dressed up and going out, but now I just feel like- what’s the point? No matter how “hot” I make myself look on the outside, I’ll always know that any guy who knew the truth about me would run in the other direction. I don’t think I’ll ever feel sexy again.
  2. I am in tears reading this. Thank you for taking the time to write all of that, every word resonated with me and was comforting. I’m going to screen shot it so I can read it when I get really down. I would love to talk further about it if you’d be willing, as I don’t really have people in my life who understand what I’m going through right now.
  3. I understand completely. I was diagnosed yesterday and I just feel like it’s over for me. I don’t have much guidance since this is all new to me, but know that you aren’t alone.
  4. I was diagnosed 2 days ago. Upon reading rejection stories, I just really think I will refrain from dating from here on out. Rejection was something I dealt with enough before this, and I don’t think I could possibly handle being rejected because of my new condition. I also don’t want anyone to know about this, and telling a potential partner in the beginning stages of dating know sounds scary. What if they told everyone they knew? What if they said something on social media? What if we have mutual friends and they find out? Just doesn’t seem worth it to me. I would hate to be alone forever, but this is my new normal and the cards I’ve been dealt. I’m in so much pain and discomfort I would never want to put that on another person. I know this post sounds very bleak but I just need to say how I’m feeling rn. Any guidance would be appreciated. I feel like this was the nail in the coffin for any potential love life, and the best I can do is try to keep it a secret from everyone I know (except very close friends that I trust).
  5. I’m a 34 y/o female in LA also, just got diagnosed and feel so lost. Would love to talk to someone in the same boat if you’re interested!
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