Herpes dating stories
If the relationship goes bad, women often stick around longer than they should because of the fear of being rejected once again.
All in all, I encourage women with herpes to keep an open mind as to who would and wouldn’t be open to dating them.
Dating within the herpes community is a great first step, but I encourage women to get out there in the open pool if things don’t work out in the “small pool”. Transmitting Herpes To A Partner: For many women, their greatest fear is transmitting the virus to an uninfected partner.
I coach women to really pay attention as to whether or not their relationships are only based on the fact that both partners find sanctuary in the fact that they both are infected.
If so, this is a fateful disaster waiting to happen.
Dating within the community can often help to build a woman’s self confidence as she gets used to dating with herpes. Honesty: I recently conversed with a young woman with herpes that had just broken up with her boyfriend.
They had been dating for some time and things were really going well.
One of the benefits of using herpes dating sites is that you don’t need to worry about rejection because of your status. Getting Too Comfortable: I can’t tell you how many times I have had women with herpes share with me that the only reason they stayed in a bad relationship was because their partner also had herpes.
This seems to happen more frequently with couples who come together on herpes dating sites.
She had had sex with him a few times before she ever got the courage to tell him that she had herpes. So many women with herpes never disclose to their partners until its too late.
In this case, the boyfriend was extremely loving and compassionate towards his girlfriend, but the trust he had in her was ruined by her withholding her status and exposing him.
Even after talking to his friend with herpes, he just couldn’t get over the betrayal, so he broke things off. The moral of this story is that if you are a woman dating with herpes, you MUST tell your partner before it’s too late.