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Another member from your site & I communicated via email for about a week, the spoke on the phone for another week before meeting in person. As soon as we met, there was instant attraction and a connection. We met at his house and went out to dinner. After dinner we hung out at his house until the wee hours of the morning, laughing, talking and getting to know each other more. We continued to see each other every night after that and fell instantly in love with each other. We plan on getting married and having the best life ever together forever!
Without this site I would have never have met him and I'd still be looking for my soulmate! I'm so happy to have found him! So...THANK YOU!
I got on this site mainly to talk to other people with HIV. A lot of people like any other site just wanted an intimate relationship. So one day I decided to hang it up. I said that I would try one last time. Then I searched and contacted one more and he was "The One". Now we are married and totally happy. Never thought I would find my love on the internet. Thanks Positive Singles!
Advice to other members:
I was one search from missing out on this wonderful man. If one doesn't work out or 20 or more, keep searching. You just may find your match.
We communicated for a month, been dating for four now, living together, marriage in the works. We are very much in love, soul mates, it seems we've been looking years for one another although the search had really only recently started. Heck, we even like each other, best friends. Love to be near each other. Finish each others sentences. Exercise together. Many common interests.
Well, we really didn't think something like this could ever happen; meeting and falling in love. We thought we were domed because of the big H. We couldn't believe the connection we had. We are so grateful and happy together. Sex is great. Still watch for signs of infection and take precautions.
I have met someone from this site. The only thing I would change would possible be the radius of contacts. A minimum of 50 miles is a lot and more than I would be wiling to do. I was lucky and he was only 4 miles from me. He had dated several people from all around and we can't believe we were this close all the time. We have a very deep connection that is unbelievable. He came to me at a point that was very low in my life, just as I was about to give up on dating and after I was diagnosed. I can only imagine what our future holds, it is only going to get better. Our first date lasted 7 hours. We met the next day for another 7 hours and the next day for 14. It was effortless and perfect. Thanks for this site and helping me make this connection.
Advice to other members:
Maybe a having a search that would show who was in your town or town closest to you, would yield some interesting results.
It's a happy one....I found someone on the site and it's been 7 months. The relationship is strong. We corresponded in late December and met Jan 10th this year. We didn't exchange many emails as we started talking on the phone. The chemistry on the phone was great so I drove (80 miles) to see her at a restaurant near her home... First day we had lunch and just talked for a few hours. Then we had several dates one right after the other. The distance from one another is a pain but we're spending most weekends together.
It's been 6 months and all is well. No plans for marriage, not sure either of us is up for that - we've both been married twice. Let's just say we're happy to have found one another and that the HSV2 we share isn't a problem.