Okay, so last June (2012) I found out I had herpes. My boyfriend and I just started dating a few months earlier in April and I got it in June. It started with really bad itching and then a few bumps and became super painful. I was in shock and questioning if this was something from him or from my past. Turns out, he told me that his ex
Girlfriend had herpes... And failed to tell me because he thought he was "clean". Which is such bs and stupidity. We have been together for a little over a year an recently just broke up with him bc I have so much resentment and anger built up about what he gave me. I suffer with outbreaks every month and it is so draining on me. I hate him when I have an outbreak. I love him, but I haven't been happy lately bc of this virus he passed to me... And I don't know how to cope and heal with the fact that I have this virus. How can you fully trust someone who wasn't fully honest in the beginning of the relationship? He was irresponsible and in denial that he had it. I just don't know what to do. I have been so depressed lately, an heart broken since I broke up with him. I needed the breakup to make sure that I don't feel stuck with him. He can't understand or comprehend why I broke up with him. Anyone else have this problem? I need major advice. On top of that there were other things that needed to change in our relationship but te biggest issue was my resentment towards him and anger.
I need to fig out how to deal with it. Someone please help.View Thread
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