I read "The Updated Herpes Handbook." Wish I had known abou

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I read "The Updated Herpes Handbook." Wish I had known about this when I got with my ex as he gave me herpes. Even though he was tested for AIDS before we were intimate (his wife was a repeating cheater), he wasn't tested for herpes. I actually think one of the reasons I married him was because of this. I actually felt that it would make it pretty impossible for me to be with anyone else. Hopefully, I was wrong. Anyone with herpes should read this. It validated things I pretty well knew, but it talks a whole lot about the emotional aspect. It reframes the negative to help you understand and handle it better.

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a_survivor's picture
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Oct 21

sadly the people who venture here "NEVER" look so much as even read anything written above. and if they choose to look at the handbook, the 35 pages are FAR TOO MUCH for their patience to withstand.

i keep pressing for them to read the "FREE" Handbook we have pinned at the top and even post a hyperlink for them; before asking questions here being the handbook will answer 99% of any questions one would have, but... NOPE!

https://westoverheights.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Updated-Herpes-Bo...

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