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She told me that she wants to be mine forever and she doesn’t care if she gets it or not

She Told Me That She Wants To Be Mine Forever And She Doesn’t Care If She Gets It Or Not

I was involved with a girl for 9 years. During the 5th or 6th year we broke up briefly. My now ex g/f slept with someone and contracted H. We got back together and she passed it along to me. I just left her finally 10 months ago. I stayed single for 4 or 5 months then I met the most amazing girl ever. I held out on telling her for a few months. I then told her which was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. She was very accepting of me and my issue.

We are still together and are very happy. She told me that she wants to be mine forever and she doesn’t care if she gets it or not. I am very safe with sex with her. I don’t wish to intentionally give it to her. I love her for being so understanding. Too bad more people in the world aren’t the same way. I rarely get OB’s so I kinda forget I have it most of the time. I don’t let it run my life.

Comment originally published on the Honeycomb Herpes Support forums.

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