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Happy Herpes Awareness Day!

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Hey Friends! 

🙂 Happy Herpes Awareness Day!!! ☀️

Yes, it really is a thing!

I just read the email Adrial sent out about H Awareness Day, and my first thought was, "Woah there's an H Awareness Day? That's actually kinda cool!" So, in honor of today, make sure to be kind to yourself (be kind to yourself every day, of course, but especially today!). Maybe even think about how H has shaped your life, maybe even find the positive ways it has shaped your life. You wouldn't be the awesome blessing you are today without your struggles. The awesome thing is, you've overcome so many (probably without even realizing it!), and you can overcome your struggles with H, too! 

Your H has brought you to this community, and I'm sure you all have a story of how you got here. I remember when I joined. I joined feeling really sad and terrible, and I was really a mess. I can honestly say that today I feel so much better and happier and at peace with my status. Looking back on myself, I truly never thought I would be this happy despite having H.

The amazing thing is, H made me so much more appreciative of intimacy and my body. It has taught me to be kinder to myself. I have learned so much more about this virus than I ever thought I would. And, I can connect with others through empathy, which is awesome! 

I hope today (and everyday) you see yourself as more than your H.

You are worthy. You are good. You are loved. Today and everyday 🌈❤️!





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You're so awesome, Grace. So wonderful that you are here ... Thank you for all you do. 

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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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