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I am truly happy.  (Dating)
View author's info , United States, May 02, 2013
I want to thank Positive Singles for giving me the second chance I deserve, in meeting somebody who is the most wonderful, most perfect man I will ever meet! I am truly happy.

View author's info , New York, NY, United States, May 02, 2013
Found the love if my life. Really! This time it's for good. It's very premature at this point. But we're both ecstatic and giving it our best shot. How would I change the site? Maybe be more lenient with sending a free one-time email?

The problem is with the immaturity level of the members. Just some thoughts-- Maybe give them tips on etiquette. Of have pop ups telling people what to do or say. PS already does this to a degree.

And don't take it the wrong way but I hope I never have to come back! Haha. What a great service you provide! Thank you!

View author's info , Atlanta, GA, United States, May 01, 2013
We corresponded for about a month before we had an unplanned meeting. It was not planned to meet in person. We both happened to be at the same place at the same time. That made it really comfortable because we had another agenda but at least got to meet.

We are in it for the long haul so marriage has been discussed. This was really fun. I met some other guys that didn't work out but it gave me a chance to look at what was important to me. This was the first time I ever did an online dating sight, but did try another one for 2 weeks, at the same time I was here. There are some genuine folks out there and some knuckle heads, just have to stay positive (no pun intended).

View author's info , Amherst, NH, United States, May 01, 2013
We corresponded for a full month via email just to get to know each other really well first. First emailing through the site, then through our own email addresses and then phone conversations. Were attracted to each other because of "who" we were before ever meeting. When we finally met in person, we knew that we'd be great friends, we were just waiting to see if there was a physical connection too.

Met mid-week for a simple drink, less that two hour visit. Immediate physical connection. (we both used accurate photos of ourselves) Then went out that weekend and then been all set ever since. We both knew immediately after meeting that we didn't need to meet more people.

Neither one of us are looking for marriage, just long term commitment. We've both been married before so we have no plans for marriage. And, its still early on in the relationship, but we see no need to keep profile active.

I found love  (Dating)
View author's info , Pittsburgh, PA, United States, Apr 29, 2013
My story is unique in that I met somebody off of this site who accepts and loves me for who I am, regardless of my condition. I was in an abusive marriage for 6 years which is when I was diagnosed with HSV and finally had the courage to leave him, so I am now divorced. A little less than a year ago, I was working in an area which was not my home but met a wonderful guy during the 9 months I was there. On our 1st date, we connected right away and have so much in common . Up to this day, our relationship is even stronger and we are starting to plan our future. Even though he is HSV negative, I told him of my condition on our 1st date, because I felt comfortable in doing so. This did not scare him away, but he researched the condition thoroughly and talked to a doctor so we can take all precautions. HSV is not even a topic in our conversation like it doesn't even exist and we are so happy together and living and enjoying life each day. We do live 3.5 hours apart but we see each other ever... Read Full Story>>

Advice to other members:

My advice to you is don't give up finding love whether it is on here or outside of the website. It is possible that non HSV people will accept and love you if they truly see a future with you. Patience and honesty is also important. When I told my boyfriend that I had HSV, his respect for me grew exponentially. If you are dating a non HSV person, give them time to do the research and answer any questions they may have. You will know when the timing is right to tell the person.