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While you can find someone who does not have hsv, they will have some other imperfection that is something you have to overlook or learn to accept… it’s just a matter of picking your poison!

While You Can Find Someone Who Does Not Have Hsv, They Will Have Some Other Imperfection That Is Something You Have To Overlook Or Learn To Accept… It’s Just A Matter Of Picking Your Poison!

It sounds like people in here need the power of some positive thought! I got hsv from my now ex bf, who was the first guy I ever slept with (I did not know he had it and he claims he did not know either). I broke up with him for many reasons, but none of which had to do with hsv. I do not regret spending a year of my life with him or for getting with him in the first place. I think there is a reason for everything. I am still the same smart, funny, devoted and kind person I was before the hsv and I will continue to be.

A guy could reject me for not being tall enough or for any other reason dumb reason, which basically means it is his loss, so why not throw hsv into the mix too? If someone can’t deal with that, then there are many, many more things about me that are far more complex and difficult to deal with that would send him running for the hills, so you know what… let him run! I would rather be by myself and wait for the right person than have someone who can’t appreciate me for the person I am, even though I come with a little present.

So put yourself out there and let the cards fall how they are meant to. If you get rejected fine, let them find someone who is hsv free. Some people just don’t realize nobody is perfect, no situation is ideal and while you can find someone who does not have hsv, they will have some other imperfection that is something you have to overlook or learn to accept… it’s just a matter of picking your poison!

 

Comment originally published on the Honeycomb Herpes Support forums.

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