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Learn how to be okay enough with who you are to put yourself out there and take the chance.

There’s a lot of strength that comes with living with herpes and disclosing it to potential partners.

” Sometimes we convince ourselves of things that just aren’t true.

Everyone has shame, herpes or not; herpes just seems to be a visible version of shame, right?

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But you’re also cutting out the more likely scenario of being accepted!

So don’t make the decision for all your potential lovers out there.

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It says a whole lot about the kind of trustworthy person you are.

And isn’t that the foundation to any real relationship anyway?

And think about it: if there were separate dating sites that are baggage-specific that everyone was expected to segregate themselves into, there wouldn’t be much of a dating pool, now would there?

I feel that the very reason there are STD-only sites out there speaks to our own shame of somehow being “found out” — whatever that means to each of us. Like, “Man, if anyone finds out this deep down thing I’ve been trying to hide, they’ll definitely run away screaming.” Then when it has happened that I’ve shared with those close to me these supposedly deeply shameful things, they respond with “Wait, that’s all you got?

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