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If you were going to kill yourself how would you do it? I don't want to live with HSV 2

  • Asked by Anonymous in Herpes May 13, 2019
  • Posted on May 16, 2019


    STDcounselor

    Being diagnosed with HSV-2 change a person's dating life. A herpes diagnose could also lead to depression. When a life changing event happens it is co... For detail, click here

  • Posted on Jun 20, 2019


    lio********

    Don't kill yourself you are not alone we are here and there are others out there believe it or not who love and support you ..

  • Posted on Jun 20, 2019


    sav*****

    OK so part 3 of my answer because there is a limit on the number of words you can submit lol.
    So I am hoping that you may be able to find any little or big thing that you can do to get your mind off this stupid little thing...learn to play a new instrument?? Take up a new outdoor activity, backpacking?? It really does help. And stick with the people on this site. There are varying degrees of affect when it comes to the road to acceptance amongst people. There are others who know how you are feeling and you will not be the last. Message me anytime if you want:)))

  • Posted on Jun 20, 2019


    sav*****

    continued...
    Ok so as luck would have it my ex was also infected. The guilt I have felt has been overwhelming because I would NEVER have done this if my friend had been honest. My old friend tucked his tail and ran. Weeks later I went to his ex"s house because I needed answers. On the front porch in front of the 14 year old son she screamed at me, "of course he didn't tell you he had it so that he could f you. He's been f'ing all our old friends to piss me off." My life changed forever in that moment I will never forget. For many years I was no longer that confident, inspirational, chin up funny girl that everyone including my children knew. I confided in a few very solid friends who just couldn't keep the juicy info to themselves. So I went on with things in robot precision. I spent a fortune on meds for the two of us (herpes is a billion dollar industry). Every time I stood up I wanted to puke because what I amounted to was a piece of meat that was used by a predator for the stupidest reason on the planet who was 100 percent in his legal right to infect me and not mine to ask all the right questions of a partner. My work suffered along with my parenting and everything else. When health care people told me it was just a cold sore virus it just pissed me off more. I finally found a doctor who listened. He had already seen others devastated by it So yes some people just cannot manage.
    Stick with the people on this site. There are varying degrees of affect experienced by others. Some moved to acceptance quite easily and some still struggle years later like myself but I am back to being the charismatic, inspirational chin up person that I once was although a different version of it. What did help me was in my isolation years I started to take interest in my yard and garden. It was where I found more peaceful things to think about. From a person who could only grow dandelions and crabgrass to someone likely featured in a garden magazine some day

  • Posted on Jun 19, 2019


    sav*****

    the site only posted part of my answer. will get back rewriting the rest soon :)))

  • Posted on Jun 18, 2019


    Jac************* Photo Verified

    I believe a treatment is coming within the next 10 years that will stop the herpes virus or at least a vaccine that would stop the spread of it. Keep your head up and find some positive people in your life to bring you up instead of knocking you down.

  • Posted on Jun 18, 2019


    Jac************* Photo Verified

    I believe a treatment is coming within the next 10 years that will stop the herpes virus or at least a vaccine that would stop the spread of it. Keep your head up and find some positive people in your life to bring you up instead of knocking you down.

  • Posted on Jun 18, 2019


    Jac************* Photo Verified

    I believe a treatment is coming within the next 10 years that will stop the herpes virus or at least a vaccine that would stop the spread of it. Keep your head up and find some positive people in your life to bring you up instead of knocking you down.

  • Posted on Jun 18, 2019


    sav*****

    Well I get it. I totally understand what you are feeling. I was there for years and still go there occasionally. Not everyone can accept it although moving into acceptance will help you a lot. No doubt in my mind that many many many people commit suicide because of incurable std's. They just don't tell anyone about it because you cannot trust people with this juicy information that you just had to confide in to someone.

    I was just 41 when I was given the gift that keeps on giving by an old friend of 10 years. I had made the decision to get out of my marriage after a long struggle to persevere. I GAVE away my business from sheer exhaustion and moved my children to a new city where I had some friends. I was the sole provider for my family and that was a huge stressor. My old friend who had also recently been divorced connected with me. The guy who had a crush on me for 10 years and told me that if I ever needed anything he would be there. Well he tried to have sex with me right off the bat but I was so not ready to do that. He visited me at work EVERY DAY for 6 weeks bringing coffee and lunches. Offered to take me on vacation and all the while begging for a physical relationship. I told him many times I was afraid of dating in this day and age of rampant std"s. So he went to his doctor and got blood tests for me!!! I did not know anything about herpes except what the general population does...festering sores. There was no test for it. This was in 2002.

    So the day I had to give my dog away due to circumstances beyond my control was the day I fell from grace and I had sex with this guy who told me and even brought paperwork that he did not have anything. Next day I felt weird...sickly and it lasted a week. He continued to ensure me that he did not have anything and if we could get back to the sack. A month later I did...and a few days later I had sex with my previous partner of 20 years. The next day was my first big outbreak and as luck wo

  • Posted on May 20, 2019


    Wil****** Photo Verified

    It doesn't define you, you just need to have new rules for yourself. Sure you ran into the wrong person but that doesn't change you and you still have a future, one with someone who understands you or one that with a little more in common.

  • Posted on May 16, 2019


    Ada****** Photo Verified

    Well the first reason i wouldn’t kill myself is because it’s a virus that if I did have it knowing the technology today I can still have a happy life long life living with it.

  • Posted on May 16, 2019


    Anonymous

    Well the first reason i wouldn’t kill myself is because it’s a virus that if I did have it knowing the technology today I can still have a happy life long life living with it.

  • Posted on May 14, 2019


    sam*******

    Smoking cigarettes. I've certainly found it the most enjoyable way to slowly kill myself. Jokes aside, no one wants to live with it. HSV is terrible at first, but your self worth isn't defined by a skin condition. Plus something like Psoriasis is way more gross. Only time makes it easier, and so does talking about it. Every time I shared with one of my friends, or even a total stranger, the disease suddenly had so much less power over my life. Cheer up chocolate chip, a stupid stigma isn't worth your life.

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