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It is mostly effortless and simple. But have your facts together because they ask questions and you want to be confident and prepared to answer them. IT WORKED OUT GREAT!

It Is Mostly Effortless And Simple. But Have Your Facts Together Because They Ask Questions And You Want To Be Confident And Prepared To Answer Them. IT WORKED OUT GREAT!

I finally had the “Talk” Last night and wanted to encourage everyone I can. First of all , it went very well. I met this woman about a month ago, we knew each other when we were teens, but surely not relevant. That was 30 years ago. We dated 3 times since then and last night I had the “TALK”. First I’d like to say that the anxiety I faced prior too… Was all a waste of energy and sleepless nights. We know what can happen when we do that. I wish now I would have had it before in the past but always found excuses not to, Another waste of precious time. I feel that the way to have the Talk is the way they explain it here on this site. It is mostly effortless and simple. But have your facts together because they ask questions and you want to be confident and prepared to answer them. IT WORKED OUT GREAT.

And now moving forward with a meaningful relationship.

BOTTOM LINE ….. Don’t be afraid, especially the newbies, the youth here have many years ahead don’t give up and don’t be afraid, if it don’t work out, move on and keep looking don’t hull-up and isolate…. I’m proof that it can and will happen. And it finally did.. Thank you for your support that I received here. Its worth a lifetime… I’m still going to hang around here. But for now I’m taking a ride on Cloud 9…….. GOOD LUCK AND KEEP TRYING

She never batted an eye, Just a few questions and answers. What seemed so hard to do, was the easiest thing I could have ever imagined. The weight was gone…

 

Comment originally published on the Honeycomb Herpes Support forums.

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