I just found out to day that I have genital warts or HPV, which I'm assuming after much googling is 6 or 11. I am motified to say the lest. Of course I will take responsibility of my part in this because I acted off emotions and am now reaping the consequences. A brief background to bring me to this revelation.
Was in a realtionship with a person for 5 years and married to him for 4 of those years. I then find out that this man never divorced his wife before me and I am living in a Bigamist relationship/marriage. So, basically my husband is not my husband. Imagine my shock and horror at this information. I took it pretty hard. In an effort to deal with the rejected feeling because we are no longer together as a result of this (I could not stay with a deceitful man). I began sleeping around, drinking, partying to relieve the pain. Sometimes it was protected and other times not. I have no idea who gave me this lovely gift, which is the hardest part because I usually don't behave in this manner. Hence my consequence I don't know when I contracted this. I have so many emotions going through me at this very moment because I found this infomation out at seven pm on 4/9/2013. I have not been able to think, sleep, consentrate, etc...I am mortified!!!!! How do I tell this news to any partners that I have had? I know that men are the carriers of this but how do I explain this? Who is going to understand? How will I ever have a normal relationship? So many questions. I'm embarrassed!! I don't feel like I can learn enough information on it to feel ok with it and live with it. I should have known better! Emotional pain makes you do stupid things!View Thread
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