To tell you a bit about myself... I am a divorced 47 year old female. No children. I do not have a current partner, had not had a partner in almost 2 years. My doctor did a swab test on me.
I am the type of female that lives on affection. I have squished the heck out of my teddy bear for the last 2 years, just to have something to hold. (yes, I did type teddy bear).
To find out I have genital herpes is so difficult. Seriously, who would want someone like that? I try to always be positive, see things for the good. But how can someone see the "good" out of this?
Suicide - I won't lie and say it has not crossed my mind. Again, when that happens, I try to turn it around and see postive. I've looked into finding support groups, but the web only brings up dating sites of people with the same issue.
I will get the ebook on the books you mentioned. Or order them.
Just on a side note - I do believe in God. I have asked him over and over again....why... but you are right - he did "bless" me alright!.View Thread
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