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Haven't been on in so long, I almost feel guilty for feeling so fine!

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I haven't been active on here in so long it took a few tries to remember my username. But only for good reasons! I've been too busy and happy to worry about herpes. I've kind of forgotten about it to be honest. Sometimes my mind kind of likes to look for bad things and I think "Hm, maybe it isn't a good thing that I'm forgetting about herpes" but then I think why not? It's had such a minimal impact on my life. All of my friends and some of my family know because I want to impress on everyone how not big of a deal it is. I've been with my wonderful boyfriend for about 9 months now and he's still herpes-free. But I don't want people who still struggle with feeling good about themselves shouldn't think that finding a significant other is the key to happiness and it will make all your problems go away. I think the sole reason I am so happy in my relationship is that I was okay with myself even before I met my guy. Know that you're worthwhile and fabulous, single or not. So really I'm just popping in to say hello, offer encouragement to everyone struggling. It will all be fine, life is good.

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Hey again, Kath! No guilt allowed. You know the rules here. ;o) I'm so, so happy that you're happy. :) And yes, loving yourself comes first. After all, you only accept the love you think you deserve, right? And we all deserve so much. Good to hear from you again, Kath! What a lucky guy to be with such an awesome woman such as yourself! Here's to your continued happiness and love!

Note: This is for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute medical advice or diagnosis.
I'm not a medical professional, so please take this as friendly peer support. 

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