Jack Lombardi, founder of the Meet Positives website, a dating site for people with herpes and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), has explained that the site and the Meet Positives community can also serve as a valuable resource for people interested in dating with herpes. Those who register as members of the Meet Positives community may not only be able to find love, but may also get some free advice and tips on how to build a strong relationship despite having a herpes diagnosis and on how to live with the condition, which at the present time has no known cure.
A herpes diagnosis can be a shocking revelation for any person because it is an STI that will never go away completely. It may remain dormant and have no symptoms for a certain period of time but it may unexpectedly reemerge. This is not just an inconvenience for anyone but also a source of potential frustration and embarrassment for people who are dating.
It should be noted that there are two types of the herpes virus: HSV-1 and HSV-2. The first type is the one responsible for oral herpes, which appears as cold sores around the mouth. This kind of herpes is very widespread because it is easy to transmit the virus to another person, including non-sexual situations.
Meanwhile, HSV-2 is the virus responsible for genital herpes, which could be a source of embarrassment for people who are dating. Herpes positive people will usually find it embarrassing or even scary to discuss their condition with their partner. That is why Jack Lombardi established Meet Positives to establish a community of herpes positives who can share their experiences with others, where herpes positives get the opportunity to find someone who is in a similar situation and therefore would understand them better, and to serve as a resource for those who are not yet totally familiar with the condition despite being a herpes positive.
Jack Lombardi says, “At Meet Positives, we are not only interested in helping you find love, but also making it last long-term. For this reason, we provide free advice and tips on how to build a strong relationship that will lead to happiness. We have created a community where you can share all of your concerns and information that you feel will help others. From this community, you will also get something in return. You will receive important details about how to handle your condition and how to live well with other positives. There will be no more any need to be scared or ashamed when telling your partner about your condition.”
He continues, “The truth is that being herpes positive is not really a big deal. Each day, thousands of people around the world are able to establish strong and healthy relationships in spite of being positive for either type of herpes. Thus, it is important to remember that your dating life is not yet over despite the diagnosis. The symptoms will not usually last long and those outbreaks may only happen once a year or every 90 days, depending on a number of factors. And when you find someone who has the same condition, there won’t be any problem with dating any longer because that person will truly understand your situation.”
Meet Positives was founded for herpes positives and other STD positives. Thousands of herpes singles have already registered as members. Through this website and the Meet Positives community, positive singles are able to share their experiences and receive information regarding what it’s like to have the infection and how they were able to make their quality of life much better. Through the online discussion forums and various posts by members, other members are able to learn about the stories of other positives and how they have managed to live with their condition.
People who are interested in the possibility of dating with herpes or any other STI or want to know more about a reliable herpes resource may want to check out the Meet Positives website, or contact them on the telephone or through email.
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