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Learn more about your condition from others who have experienced the same feelings. Get the latest information about a possible cure for herpes, vaccination and treatment options. Read member herpes drug reviews, side effects and success stories. Meet others who understand what you are feeling and are also looking to move on with their lives.

Herpes Dating

Dating with herpes can be difficult and at times, frightening. Meeting others who suffer from the same conditions offers you peace of mind. Our members understand you, understand your fears and looking forward to feeling normal again.

Don’t let HSV1 or HSV2 (genital herpes) stop you from meeting someone special. It’s not your fault for being positive, you are still in control of your happiness, Meet Positives and never have the talk again.

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Learn more about your condition from others who have experienced the same feelings. Get the latest information about a possible cure for herpes, vaccination and treatment options. Read member herpes drug reviews, side effects and success stories. Meet others who understand what you are feeling and are also looking to move on with their lives.

If You're Dating With Herpes, Having "The Talk" Can Be Difficult

Going on dates knowing you have a secret is stressful, so why put yourself through that, haven't you been through enough?

A Physical Nuisance, But An Emotional Nightmare

A lot of people are surprised by how common herpes is. Over 40 million of people live with this draining yet common condition, but only a few know they are infected. In the United States of America, 1 in 5 people live with the disease. Genital herpes has become the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection in recent years.

If you are living with herpes, you are not alone. There are many others like you and even though there’s no cure for herpes, you can still live a happy and healthy life. For an infected person, it’s very important to find the right crowd. The community here is made of similar people who understand your situation and will not be quick to judge.

Meet Positives is was built for positives and has thousands of herpes singles who have made this website their sharing platform. Members share their stories and information on how to live a better life with the infection. By joining you will enjoy a number of benefits.

Learning from others like you

Through online discussion forums and individual posts, members can read other positives’ stories and how they live with their diagnosis. This is a great way to find information that will help you manage your situation and live a better life.

They say a problem shared is a problem solved

Talking about your condition with uninfected people can be a daunting experience if not frightening. When meeting people who understand you, it becomes easier to share your experience,ultimately allowing you to feel more comfortable. Well, you will feel more confident when you share your experience with like-minded people who will benefit from your story.

Meet Someone New With HSV

Dating is difficult for most people and being positive with HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus) does not make it any easier. When you are positive, it is very important to disclose your status to the person who you’re dating. Having “the talk” is never easy or comfortable because the risk of rejection is always there and many people will not want to date an infected person. Meet Positives created a platform for herpes singles to meet and date without the fear of rejection.

If you are living with herpes and would like to be around people who care and provide crucial information about your status, join Meet Positives. Joining this site is easy. All you need to do is create an account and add some information about yourself to share with other herpes singles. There are thousands of herpes singles looking for someone just like you. Forget about rejections, join Meet Positives today and find someone special.

A New Beginning: Finding Love on while single with herpes

My story

I’m Emma, a 32-year-old graphic designer from the city. My life was full of color, creativity, and adventure, but about three years ago, I was diagnosed with genital herpes. The news turned my world upside down. The stigma, the fear, the shame – it all became too much to bear. Dating with herpes felt like a daunting challenge. Every new connection came with the dread of having "the talk."

One evening, as I was scrolling through my social media feed, an ad caught my eye:, a dating website for people with herpes. Intrigued, I clicked on the link and started exploring the site. The stories of other singles with herpes finding love and support resonated with me deeply. For the first time in what felt like forever, I felt a spark of hope.

I decided to join. Creating my profile was surprisingly therapeutic. I highlighted my interests, hobbies, and was upfront about my condition. It felt liberating to be honest without the fear of judgment. Within a few days, I started receiving messages. Each one was a reminder that I wasn’t alone in this journey of dating with herpes.

One message stood out among the rest. Jack, a 35-year-old photographer with a passion for travel and adventure, introduced himself warmly. Like me, he had been diagnosed with genital herpes and understood the challenges of dating with this condition. Our conversations flowed effortlessly. We bonded over our shared experiences and found common interests in hiking and photography. Weeks of chatting and video calls went by, and we decided to meet in person.

Our first date was at a quaint café tucked away in a quiet part of the city. Sitting across from Jack, I felt an unexpected calm wash over me. We talked for hours, sharing stories and laughing, the initial nervousness melting away. After the café, we walked through a nearby park, capturing the beauty of the autumn colors with Jack’s camera. It was the most peaceful and joyful I had felt in years.

As months passed, our relationship grew stronger. We supported each other through the ups and downs, sharing our fears and dreams openly. Our shared condition, once a source of shame, became a bond that strengthened our connection. We traveled together, exploring new cities and creating beautiful memories.

A year after our first meeting, Jack proposed during a hike in the mountains. As we stood at the peak, overlooking a breathtaking vista, he knelt down and asked me to be his partner for life. With tears of joy, I said yes, knowing I had found not just a partner, but a soulmate.

Reflecting on our journey, I am grateful for the courage it took to join Through this dating website for people with herpes, I found not only love but also acceptance and understanding. Our story is a testament to the power of community and the importance of embracing our true selves.

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