MEMBERS' DATING ADVICE & SAFETY TIPS (1,400+)

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  • 3 important steps for STD dating
    1. Before you invite someone into your life you need to make sure you are someone you would want to date yourself. Heal yourself emotionally, get counseling, take time to ... For detail, click here.
  • 3 steps to a original & interesting profile
    When writting your profile to get more people to respond, I recommend these 3 steps. First be honest with yourself. Second the more honest you are in your profile, th ... For detail, click here.
  • 3 ways to protect your partner
    Anyone diagnosed with genital herpes must disclose their disease with all potential partners. Even the use of a condom does not prevent the spread of disease because a co ... For detail, click here.
  • 8 Rules for Dating With GHSV
    Rule 1. Gauge The Relationship It's okay to date and not have sex. It's best to get to know the other person and see if you have an intimate mental connection befor ... For detail, click here.
  • A Chance to Understand
    I have found, during my dating experiences that it is IMPERATIVE to give your potential dating partner a chance to decide, for themselves, if they want to be involved wit ... For detail, click here.
  • Accept Yourself Before Trying To Be In A Relationship
    I was already seeing someone when I first was diagnosed with HSV 2. I was horrified to tell them, and, when I did, I cried and didn't know any of the answers to the ques ... For detail, click here.
  • After you build up the courage the first time to tell the person, it gets easier each and every time.
    Everyone that has gone through the talk knows the anxiety and stress it creates while on the first date. What I can tell you is after you build up the courage the first time t ... For detail, click here.
  • Always keep up medicine for your STD when dating with someone
    Make sure you trust the person 110%, make sure you know what you're getting yourself into, don't give out your full name or address and make sure you see each other on we ... For detail, click here.
  • Anyone who's living with an STD should live their life happily
    Have been reading some blogs and i think anyone who's livng with an STD should just live their life happily and not chase after relationships itonly causes problems and d ... For detail, click here.
  • Ask for STD results before having sex and Google research who ever it is you've met online before agreeing to meet them
    Sure we're all meeting on an STD site, but it doesn't mean everyone is being honest about there active STD status or has included all STD'S they have. You should ... For detail, click here.
  • Ask plenty of questions
    I never considered online dating until I contracted HSV. Now that I have it, it can be overwhelming dating people who don't have it so I came to Positive Singles. I have ... For detail, click here.
  • Avoiding a log of sugar is key if you have HSV or HPV
    If you are living with HSV or HPV it is best to keep your immune system strong at all times. I have found eating a well planned out diet helps these conditions. Antioxidant v ... For detail, click here.
  • Base That New Relationship on More than a Phone Call
    So.....you've gotten a few winks and emails from someone on the site. Someone you find very attractive and seem to have lots in common with. The only down side is he/she ... For detail, click here.
  • Basing a relationship completely around a shared STD
    While browsing a few internet forms, I keep coming across men and women that are in a relationship simply because them and their partner share the same STD. Now, while t ... For detail, click here.
  • Be Patient
    Patience: The ability to endure; perseverance, tolerance. I met someone who was HSV(-) and she accepted me as I was, but unfortunately we weren't compatible. In the ... For detail, click here.
  • Be honest from the every beginning
    I have found out that if your are completely honest from the very beginning,you are more apt to be friends with someone first. The sexual relationship will happen when th ... For detail, click here.
  • Be on the lookout for signs of outbreak to reduce your chances of contracting anything
    Keep record of your outbreaks. Jot down the length of it and what you think triggered the outbreak (ex. Stress, or time for an outbreak). With this tip you will have a be ... For detail, click here.
  • Be open and honest early in the date - Can save the both of you lots of time and hard feelings
    Ever wonder if you could ever tell someone that is not of the STD world? Ever wonder if you could date someone that is clean of STD's? Well truth is yes!! Tip #1. S ... For detail, click here.
  • Be sure to tell your potential mate upfront every std you've been diagnosed with
    After meeting or getting to know someone offline or this site always be sure to tell your potential mate upfront every std you've been diagnosed with. Don't disclose just ... For detail, click here.
  • Be upfront about your STD
    When trying to meet new people you may be very upfront because of having herpes. It's no fun when you have a great connection but they don't know of your status. Le ... For detail, click here.

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