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Very encouraged....  (Engaged)
View author's info , mesquite, United States
Im Shawnee Finney and would like to share my story. I've been HIV positive for 13 years and have been on this web site to meet my future husband. Well July 24 th was our first date at the ball park in arlington to watch a the Texas ranger play. Robert Frazier and I have hit it off and look forward to getting married in February 14. 2013.

Advice to other members:

Keep having Hope and faith for your future with that special one...we did..;-)

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Whirlwind romance  (Married)
View author's info , Goleta, United States
We already put up our success story when we were only dating. We met in person nearly 3 months ago after finding each other on this site, and now we are married! We just couldn't be happier as it turned out we're truly meant for each other and want to spend the rest of our lives loving each other.

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Love can happen even when you aren't looking for it. Never give up and keep positive.

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Found My Love!  (Dating)
View author's info , Boston, United States
In 2010 I send him some winks and try to get his attention but we were not gold members so nothing happened. In 2011 I became a gold member and first thing I did was send him a message and we connected. From the beginning we got along very well and we started dating right away. We just celebrated on Oct. 11 a year of dating and actually I move in with him. We have had our ups and down and downs again but I am so in love with him. I know we will grew strong together I just want to make him happy.

Advice to other members:

I just want everyone to know never to give up believing there is someone out there for you.

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So in Love!  (Married)
View author's info , Sheridan, United States
I met my husband in March 2012.I was fed up of meeting guys who were not serious.We emailed and skyped every day from the first wink.So we had more contact than most people do who meet off line!Our love of motorcycles,country living and fine dining brought us closer!Having Herpes helped us cross all social boundaries,class ,culture and race.I travelled from London for 13 hours across the ocean to be with the man I love . I had given up on thinking I would ever meet the right man and was miserable single for 4 years.My husband too was unhappy and had been single for ages working and bringing up three children alone.Now I feel I have everything I dreamed of.A kind exciting loving husband and a lovely family.I am also much happier living in the sunny south in the USA.Never give up hope..always follow your heart and dreams..x

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View author's info , Santa Barbara, United States
I was browsing all my California matches and a guy playing guitar caught my eye. He was also very close geographically, so it was perfect. Neither one of us was a gold member but we wanted to meet so much that he paid the membership just to be able to contact me. And the rest is history...

We are very happy with each other and that PS made it possible for us to find each other.

Advice to other members:

Don't pass a good thing, you never know what it may evolve into.