Dating Website Helps Herpes Positive Singles Find Love

October 27, 2020 at 16:04

Meet Positives Herpes Dating would like to reach out to reach out to people living with herpes and other chronic sexually transmitted diseases who may be looking for a way to meet new people without fear of judgment. The site is a safe space for people with herpes and offers them a place where they can interact with people in similar situations, share their stories and possibly even find a romantic partner. The site’s goal is to ensure that those living with STDs never have to have ‘The Talk’ again. ‘The Talk’ refers to the difficult conversation every person with a chronic condition has to have with potential partners revealing their condition. Choosing to reveal one’s status is a brave choice but it is not always well received, and Meet Positives Herpes Dating hopes to make it so people living with conditions like herpes are free to seek connections.

“A lot of people are surprised by how common herpes is,” says Meet Positives Herpes Dating. “Over 40 million of people live with this draining yet common condition but only a few know they are infected. In the United States of America, 1 in 5 people live with the disease. Genital herpes has become the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection in recent years. If you are living with herpes, you are not alone. There are many others like you and even though there’s no cure for herpes, you can still live a happy and healthy life. For an infected person, it’s very important to find the right crowd. The community here is made of similar people who understand your situation and will not be quick to judge.”

Dating is difficult for anyone but especially so for people with HSV. When one is positive, it is important to ensure that the person they are dating is aware of their status. This comes with the risk of rejection which can be very painful, especially when it is due to something that one cannot truly control. With Meetpositives, herpes singles can meet people who are either living with the same condition or are unlikely to judge people.

Couples often get together and fail to talk about their sexual health before becoming intimate. This usually puts them in a position where they feel like it is too late to disclose their condition. When this happens, guilt begins to set in and this can seriously affect a relationship, possibly even end it. This tends to happen because of the stigma surrounding sexually transmitted diseases. By submitting their profile to a trusted website like Meetpositives, those living with herpes can find someone who is very unlikely to break up with them purely because of their condition.

Meet Positives Herpes Dating has multiple stories from members. The stories talk about how some of the site’s users found out they had herpes and how it has changed their lives. “Herpes is not the end of the world,” says one member. “After receiving the news that I had herpes, I fell into depression and thought about my life, my boyfriend and my family. For some reason, I thought HSV2 was a matter of life and death but I was so wrong. The first lesson I learnt is that the people around you and how they react to the news is more important than your own reaction. Keep in mind that you still will be loved and you deserve to be loved. That part of my life is behind me but herpes came to my new life with me. You cannot tell that I am infected by just looking at me. You will have to get my blood and test it to believe that I am infected. This simply means that herpes is not the end of the world and you can still go on with your life just like you are not infected only that you will need to be careful not to infect other people.”

Herpes singles looking for a judgment-free dating experience can give Meet Positives Herpes Dating a try. The dating website is safe, secure and can be anonymous if one wishes it to be. With Meetpositives, Herpes does not have to be the end.

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For more information about Meet Positives Herpes Dating, contact the company here:

Meet Positives Herpes Dating
Jack Lombardi
(855) 747-2031
media@meetpositivesc.com

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