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View author's info , Oceanside, CA, United States, Oct 12, 2011
I have met someone and things are going well, so I want to stop and see where it goes. Great website!

Well, we emailed back and forth for a few weeks, then text messaged for another few weeks, then talked on the phone. We met in person after about a month after connecting online.

I am relocating to CA (for my job) and he lives there, so the next time I was out there looking for places to live, we met at a restaurant for drinks on our first date in Huntington Beach, then went to dinner afterwards (since the date was going so well!).

It's still pretty new, so no talk of marriage yet, but we've agreed to be exclusive and see where it goes from here. :)

View author's info , Oct 12, 2011
I've always had a difficult time dating and when I got herpes, I thought my life was over.. and dating would be even more difficult. Well it was at first, I had to do some major soul searching. I really had to learn to except and love myself, even with herpes. I hate to say this but I think herpes saved my life because I was spiraling downwards and didn't look into the mirror till I was forced to face the truth.

It is true what they say you need to love yourself before you can love another. I was finally ready, I decided to join this website, my first boyfriend I met was a nightmare and well that lasted a year and a half. I consider it my coping boyfriend realizing I just had herpes.. and I having someone that had the same made me feel safe. But that wasn't enough for me.. he wasn't the right person and I wasn't settling. After I ended that relationship exactly one month later when I was least looking for anything serious.. I met my fiance!

We instantly connected! It... Read Full Story>>

Advice to other members:

My best advice is that you learn to realize that your STD no matter what the case doesn't dictate your life, self esteem, and identity. You have to accept what you have and not be ashamed and meet someone in that same place.

That way you can really be open to meeting someone right for you and not settle for someone because you feel alone or scared. Learn to love yourself before you date, take time because if you meet the right person.. you have plenty time to get to know each other! Don't jump in head first without taking a pragmatic view. I hope that helps!

View author's info , Dallas, TX, United States, Oct 11, 2011
I really do like this site...I have met some very friendly, supportive people on here and I will most likely be reactiving my account because of this. I also like how everything is very private, this puts me at ease. I've already met a really nice guy on here who is good looking, sweet, and very understanding. Thanks PS! :)

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View author's info , Rochestet, NY, United States, Oct 10, 2011
I found my destiny @ PS. He's perfect! Every thing I asked for and more! Thank u for making life worth living again!!

Advice to other members:

Take ur time and u'll find the one!!!

View author's info , New York, NY, United States, Oct 09, 2011
I've met several good women on this site. Things are going really well with the last one I met, so I'm going to put all my eggs in one basket, so to speak. Wish me luck!