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HSV doesn’t make every relationship more long term or serious but it did for us and it worked out well.

HSV Doesn’t Make Every Relationship More Long Term Or Serious But It Did For Us And It Worked Out Well.

How did I know I could trust the person I told? I had a feeling about the guy I was going to start dating. He seemed really upfront and valued honesty. He is in law enforcement and is very moral. I got all of this from a guy I was talking to online that I had met on a dating website. I did not know if he had HSV or not when I met him, the website was a regular free dating website. I told him on the second date because he was easy to talk to, and I just felt like he could handle knowing and I knew I wanted it to go somewhere. Now it’s 11 months later and we’re getting married this June! I’m 28 and he’s 30 years old, we’re both at the point where we were ready to settle down. HSV made our relationship more serious right off the bat, he had to think if he could see himself with me forever, and he could. HSV doesn’t make every relationship more long term or serious but it did for us and it worked out well. I found my match and genital herpes did not ruin it.


Comment originally published on the Honeycomb Herpes Support forums.

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