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

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  • Wait for the right time to share your STD information
    What I have found, is that when you first meet someone, it doesn't mean you have to outright tell them that there is something wrong with you. Because THERE ISN'T. ... For detail, click here.
  • Wait until you know the person and the time will feel right.
    Wait until you know the person and the time will feel right. I approach it as, "there's been this bad situation happen, but Im super knowledgeable about it. I take medication ... For detail, click here.
  • When dating a non-H person & When to tell them about your H
    Dating is tough enough and with our H gift, meeting and dating those without it can be stressful and add a little fear of rejection... If you are recently diagnosed you ... For detail, click here.
  • When to "tell"?
    While I know it is important to trust a person before telling him/her that one has an STD, it is also important to tell the person before it becomes "necessary." I ... For detail, click here.
  • When to disclose you have an STD?
    Don't even consider sleeping with someone on your first date. Similarly, it's way too early to disclose that you have an STD... unless you are specifically asked. Even th ... For detail, click here.
  • When to have the talk?
    Whether you just found out you have HSV or you've had it for years, the issue when confronting a new potential lover is still a scary proposition. The pain of rejection i ... For detail, click here.
  • Whether to have "the talk" in person or by email?
    We all wonder when is the right time to reveal our condition to a prospective partner. In each relationship we have there comes a point in time when both people feel read ... For detail, click here.
  • 28 tips for dating after coming directly out of a relationship
    Any dating at any age is hard especially after coming directly out of a relationship. If that is the case: (1) Do casual friendship process first. (2) Don't rush (3) Exa ... For detail, click here.
  • 5 tips to start a new relationship with your Ex
    Depending on the length of time that was involved in the relationship and if there was true feelings for each other, a relationship can be restored even if you we ... For detail, click here.
  • Accepting the reality of a breakup
    If you've just gone through a breakup, chances are you're confused and in shock that its actually over between the two of you. The first thing you must realize is, it ... For detail, click here.
  • Am I Ready to Date?
    A break up is a deeply emotional life transition for most individuals. The old adage, "it takes time to heal" rings true. For longer relationships, the healing process ca ... For detail, click here.
  • Are you over your ex?
    Don't date if you are not over your ex. It may feel like the best thing to do is jump back into the saddle after a break up but if you haven't given yourself time ... For detail, click here.
  • Avoid spiteful disclosure of your ex's condition.
    I think it's very hard for people to open up and be honest about their condition, whatever it might be. I've had people tell me the ex they hate has "this". It's really impor ... For detail, click here.
  • Avoid things that trigger sadness and reinforce things that produce joy
    Are you feeling lovesick and want to get better? So, you’re single again and want to feel better and stop feeling miserable. Give yourself time to grieve the relationship - ... For detail, click here.
  • Being A Friend After The Break Up
    Call your ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend and let them know you're there for them even though you're not together. Be a friend instead of an enemy. Try ... For detail, click here.
  • Breakup ethics
    Breakups can tend to be a hard thing to cope with, especially if it was a long term relationship and there are ties with one another in every direction. I have recently b ... For detail, click here.
  • Considering dating after loosing a loved partner
    After the loss of a loved partner, be it to the dissolving of a relationship,divorce, or death, be sure to give yourself time to heal. Jumping too quickly into a new rela ... For detail, click here.
  • Dating Advice For Widows
    As a widow, the person you date will express a natural curiosity about your deceased spouse. And as a widow, you will probably want to talk about your deceased spouse. If ... For detail, click here.
  • Dating a recently divorced straight woman
    Give her time to heal before you get involved. I know sometimes this can be difficult but if she is worth it you need to give her time prior to jumping in bed or startin ... For detail, click here.
  • Dating after a break is definitely risky business
    Ladies, dating after a break is definitely risky business. After a break up you have to allow your self to get back into your single zone. Depending on the way the break ... For detail, click here.

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