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  1. You have NOT made me feel worse, you have made me feel less alone. And I feel DEEP empathy for you. If it weren't for my basic needs going unmet and knowing that I need to hang on for those in my life, I wouldn't still be trying to find a mate. I've been living with genital herpes for 14 years, and I've had plenty of dates, plenty of sex (so much good sex!!!), two marriages, and two babies all during that time. It is so incredibly possible to have a normal life with herpes. Lots of people don't really care. Some other people even have it. I actually didn't really have a hard time with d
  2. Hi, DoesntDefineMe. Thanks for your reply. I'm really sorry to hear that you've had that experience with your mother. I don't know what it's like to be on that end of things. But I do know what it's like to be on my end of things. And I know it's really important to be able to say that I want to die without folks taking that as me saying I'm going to kill myself. Those are two different things, and a very important distinction. My kids are always set. They are taken care of, but I also deserve to be happy. I also deserve to have a life outside of motherhood. Also, this is not just ab
  3. I have sentenced myself to herpes-only dating sites (which I've found to be the woooooorst), because I am so sick of having "the talk". The last time I had "the talk", he revealed that he had oral herpes. I was none too thrilled to hear that after we'd already made out quite a bit. I'm okay with oral herpes, even though I don't have it. I just want people to be honest with me, because I'm honest about my situation (which is genital herpes). So, after I tell him that I have genital herpes he proceeds to... ask for a blowjob. I haven't felt quite that humiliated in a very long time. He wa
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