Met and liked what we found. Similar interests, wants and desires. Want to see where it goes. No time to manage other people on the site. Neither of us wants to date multiple people. Seems disengenuous. Both looking for longterm relationship, love, companionship. Mutual agreement to focus on each other and no other distractions. We both continue to receive comments and views on the site.
I am ready to let this account go. This site is ok, but I'm happy with how things are headed and am optimistic. Maybe it's 100% right and maybe he isn't, but I'm willing to get it a true and honest effort. Thanks for the site.
Almost a year ago she contacted me on this site but left for an extended vacation before reading my response. A few weeks later she got my message and rushed to get in touch.
Lots of emails, texts and phone calls over several weeks led to a long weekend together. After four days we both knew that something incredible was happening in our lives. Somehow we’d found our perfect mates.
Maybe I shouldn't have been surprised. I was deliberately working to discover a relationship that's perfect for me. What I hadn't counted on was that, by definition, a relationship perfect for me would be perfect for them, too.
Several months later we talked about getting married. Somehow it was still surprising that we both were energized and excited to join our lives together.
And now, on July 30, 2016, we're each marrying the most perfect partner we have ever known.
We met and I knew in moments he was who I have been looking for my whole life. We chatted for a few days here and hit it off so well, we met for coffee then dinner that night and well the rest is private!
The site was helpful, I found someone on the other side of the country, flew there to meet her then moved here. It's been really good for the past 2 months and we are both relieved to have found someone alike so we can quite stressing about that aspect of life. Now that we live together I;m deleting my account so the money that's being spent on the membership can be spent on us. Thank you Positive Singles!
I winked at Chris him and within a day he messaged me. He was out of town shooting a show in Georgia so we texted for a few days and then he called me. I normally don't like talking on the phone but understood the reasoning behind it. We ended up talking for three hours. He decided he had to meet me as soon as he got back to LA. His planes landed on a Saturday evening and later on that evening we had our first date. He picked me up and we went for drinks. We have been inseparable ever since. It's ironic because literally the last conversation I had with each of my friends was that I was done dating and then the next conversation was "I have a boyfriend".
We started emailing each other on PS and started to talk. I flew up there to see her as on Martin Luther Kings holiday. I met her family, we all enjoyed each others company. After going back several times, I asked her to married me. We have been happy ever since. It can work...
Paul and I were both fairly new to the site. He'd joined the site in late March, and I joined the site mid April. I didn't actually use the site much until April 25th. I sent several winks, and one was to Paul. I met several people from the site, but never heard from Paul.
On May 20th, I winked at him again, not totally remembering I'd already sent him one a month prior. After cleaning up emails, I realized I'd already winked at him, so I sent an email that said "oops". I had one guy kinda creeping me out because he'd send me winks a lot, and I never once responded. So my email to Paul stated I'd just realized that I'd already winked at him, and guess he wasn't interested, and wished him luck.
On May 24th, he replied to my email, apologizing for the delay and explaining he had to take care of some things. He later explained that he'd been in communication with a woman in Kansas City, and wanted to see how it went with her before he started communicating with someone else. He'd just met her, and there wasn't chemistry. We texted and talked that day, and he asked about meeting before he left town on Fri for the holiday weekend.
He asked me to chose the spot since he just moved here in late Jan. So I chose the Boathouse at Creve Coeur Park. We ate outside on the patio overlooking the lake. When we were discussing our weekend plans, it came up that I had a date planned for Fri night, with another guy from the site that I'd been communicating with for over a week, but he'd been out of town. We people watched, and talked and left hours later. We then drove over to the big lake and went for a romantic walk as the sun was setting. We had a magical moonlight kiss, and proceeded to make-out under the stars. We ended up at my place. He spent the night, and left for work the next morning. He called me late morning to ask if I wanted to come over and be bored watching him pack and do laundry as he was leaving that afternoon for the long weekend.
I went to his place, met his neighbor, and had a great time just hanging out. I knew then that I wouldn't be going on my date that night with the other guy. I stayed at Paul's place until he had to leave for the airport. We talked and texted all weekend, and we've been inseparable ever since. We feel so lucky to have found each other so quickly and to be so perfectly suited for one another. We're still a very new romance, but so far, so DAMN GOOD! We haven't spent a night alone since we've met, unless one of us is traveling. We have keys to one another's place, and we've already met some of our family members. We've also had our first weekend away together. I joke that we skipped the awkward dating and went straight into a beautiful relationship. We run errands together, help one another with chores, and basically live together, even though we don't!
We both were separated when we met (Paul's divorce became final June 3rd), and I know our situation made some people nervous. We understood one another so well, because we were both going through the same thing.
Thank you for being a part of us finding each other.
The worst thing that could have happened to me turned out to be the best thing that could have happened. Something good came out of something bad. I found my soulmate on Positive Singles. Had I not become a member in 2009, I wouldn't be the happiest married woman around. With or without HSV-2, this guy was the one I've been looking for my whole life. Had I not contracted this virus, I would have never ever met him. It's blessing in disguise. We were both honest with each other on our profiles, because we both had HSV-2, we never really ever talked or have to mention it again and concentrated on our mutual chemistry instead. We met and got engaged two later. We got married one and one-half years later at 50 years old! We just celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary.