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  1. Hey all. I want to start by thanking you for taking the time out to read and have dialogue with me. It has been 7 months since it ended between me and the guy I contracted herpes from. It's been 3 months since I spoke with him last and established everything I believed about how I contracted Herpes was a lie. We don't speak anymore and with God and my family I've been healing. I have made it my priority to move past the hurt from it all and with that comes talking about it. I've been working towards this for the past three months and I've gotten better, but a few weeks ago I was talking abo
  2. Thank you sooo much @WCSDancer2010 I really needed the resources. I'm not dating anytime soon but I'll be sure to check it out when I start. God Bless.
  3. @WCSDancer2010 yes in the end it's not beneficial which is why I must tell a man I'm serious enough to be sexually involved with about the HSV-2. I'd rather be up front and hurt than to hurt someone like I'm hurting now.
  4. @domh21 thank you uberly for the Internet affection! I read your message at work and smiled! I don't smile at words often only when I read certain scriptures or things just really special so thanks for the chance to smile. Yes God will love us like none other. I honestly don't see how anyone can get through something so heavy as this without His reassurance. I needed to hear that it only gets better. I'll take the H to mean healing because I'm definitely in that phase! You're beautiful just for responding and I'm happy you logged in as well. I needed some love today. Thank you.
  5. @WCSDancer2010 yeah the fear and insecurities thing is on point. I just learned from this not to expect others to do what you would. Biggest let down ever. Integrity is not instinctive.
  6. @willow thank you. I had to omit him it just all hurts too bad. Thank you for speaking life into my healing. You have no idea how much it's needed right now.
  7. @WCSDancer2010 thank you for responding. I'm sure his admittance would make him guilty, but in my world you don't keep things like that hidden on the count of looking "guilty". Love hides a multitude of faults and I can't appreciate much right now but the truth. As far as the lady. She only told me he hadn't called to release any records. I already had the foreknowledge of him being tested there because he told me prior. I receive your hugs. I just needed to get the story out this one time. It has affected me so much.
  8. Hello, I just recently joined this forum. I didn't know such a thing existed and I am happy I found it. I want to give a short snippet of my story because it needs to come out. God is helping me get through a REALLY tough time in my life. I am fresh out of a relationship that lasted over a year and not only did it end abruptly and badly, but I was left with HSV-2 and my partner lied to me for over a year about having the disease. We were seeing one another, but not exclusively dating. We had a sexual relationship, but in the beginning it was rocky as he kept flaking on having sex (Now I
  9. "see The Lie Hurst Worst than the Disease" I posted my story twice, my apologies.
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