Other than medical problems like tests, treatments, drugs, emotional issues are main difficult that San Diego Herpes people have to face, including the feeling of being alone, the sense of betrayal, guilt for ruining the wonderful life a person was blessed with, worries about transmitting to someone else. To help herpes suffers to living with the virus better, here we recommend some San Diego herpes dating sites and support groups with experts, patients, family members, social groups and friends dedicated to dealing with Genital Herpes together and support one another:
HerpesFish.com – A Confidential and Active Online Community for people with Herpes or HPV from San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento, Long Beach, Oakland, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Riverside, Stockton, Chula Vista, Irvine, Fremont, San Bernardino, Modesto, Oxnard, Fontana, Moreno Valley, Huntington Beach, Glendale, Santa Clarita, Garden Grove, Oceanside, Santa Rosa, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Elk Grove, Lancaster, Corona, Palmdale, Salinas, Hayward, Pomona, Escondido, Sunnyvale, Torrance, Orange, Pasadena, Fullerton, Thousand Oaks, Visalia, Roseville, Simi Valley, Concord, Victorville, Santa Clara, Vallejo, Berkeley, El Monte, Downey, Costa Mesa, Inglewood, Carlsbad, Fairfield, Ventura, West Covina, Richmond, Murrieta, Antioch, Temecula, Norwalk, Daly City, Burbank, Santa Maria, El Cajon, Rialto, San Mateo, Clovis, Jurupa Valley, Compton, Vista, Mission Viejo, South Gate, Vacaville, Carson, Santa Monica, Hesperia, Westminster, Redding, Santa Barbara, San Marcos, Chico, San Leandro, Newport Beach, Whittier, Hawthorne, Citrus Heights, Livermore, Tracy, Alhambra, Indio,Menifee, Buena Park, Hemet, Lakewood, Merced, Chino. There are more than 560,000 profiles, 15,000+ daily active members, 500+ blog and forum posts every day, 120,000+ conversations per day, 50,000+ posted herpes success stories and many inspirational and treatment stories at the site. Below is an inspirational of story posted by a real member:
The “Herpes Talk”
Having herpes in this era of pics and videos everywhere freaks me out but I can’t be locked away in a tower somewhere. I got it from trusting one person ever but that doesn’t matter. As far as people think I was turning tricks on the boulevard. Let’s be honest about that one.
Anyways, I’ve had to tell my fair share of people. The first guy was not having any of it. But I knew that going in. I can read people well enough to know if they’d care or not. I guess I have a gift with the gift. Another guy freaked out initially but turns out he had oral hsv and had neglected to tell me that. We dated for a while but as many people find out, herpes is the usually the least of your concerns in this crazy dating world.
After that this cutie talked me before I could talk him and it felt good to be able to tell him I was in the same boat because I could feel the tension over the phone. I knew what he was going to say before he even said it. We dated for a while, but again, not compatible. I dated someone without herpes and after we broke up he told me I gave it to him. I didn’t handle that well and I put a lot of distance between us. I should have been nicer. The part that threw me was that I broke up with him because I knew he wouldn’t be able to handle being positive.
I’ve run the dating gamut with this and honestly am still not quite my old sexually free self. There were others with and without. One who I told, he didn’t freak but we never slept together after months and months. I think it was mutual. I 1000% did not want to risk it with this specific guy. I’ve been out with a few guys on this site, still no match yet though.
All in all, I’ve only had one flat out rejection. Which is ironic because about 5 years later that same dude, the first dude, calls me up to say the girl he was in love with gave him herpes. I made sure I was there for him as much as possible. Just goes to show you that you’re better off sleeping with someone who knows their status and is honest.
Herpes dating advice to other members:
First and foremost people need to know their status. Then we all need to see that there are way bigger issues between people than what they are positive for. Herpes is a hurdle but you have to lean into it and get over it before you can get pass the next set of hurdles. Eventually, there is a finish line with cheering, high fives, ribbons, medals, and gatorade waiting for you.
PositiveSingles.com — After the top one Herpes dating site MPWH closed their site and domain MPWH.com and MPWH.net been bought by PositiveSingles manage team, PositiveSingles.com become the absolutely No.1 Dating and support community not only for Singles with Herpes but also for friends with HPV, HIV/AIDS, Genital Warts, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Hepatitis B and other types of STDs.
As the top one of the Herpes niche dating field, PositiveSingles team created many unique features for its members, including “STD Frequently Asked Questions & Answers”, “Ask Herpes Counselor”, “Private Album”, “Herpes Hot Topics” and so on. As a result it has gathered 863,900+ members with Herpes and other STDs not only from San Diego, California, but also from other local cities of US, Australia, Canada and UK. As to the privacy concern, PositiveSingles.com Never Discloses, Sells Or Rents Any Personally Information To Any Third Party Organizations. To get more information about it, please try an online search to find many articles about it at CNN, USAToday, AOL, HuffingtonPost etc.