Posted by andywang on Oct 29, 2019
Since 1995, online dating has steadily grown, and the world has really changed. Around 60% of people believe that online dating is the best place to meet someone. People ages 25 to 34 have used online dating. When it comes to being positive singles, it can be hard to find std dating sites which allow you to disclose your status without having to worry about whether or not you are keeping it from someone.
STDs have been around for forever and being a part of the std singles pool, does not have the same type of ring to it, but since doctors and health advisers are now calling them STIs, dating is starting to get simpler.
Anyone who has a std should know exactly what they have. There will not be another person who is going to be your biggest advocate than yourself. You...more>>
Posted by andywang on Sep 25, 2019
People who suffer from sexually transmitted diseases have a difficult time in the dating world. Whenever they go out with somebody, they’re obligated to disclose their health status to that person. Otherwise, they could be held legally liable if they were to transmit their disease to an unknowing person.
Most healthy people won’t feel comfortable dating a person with an STD because they’ll be afraid of contracting it from them. The only thing infected people can do is find other infected people who won’t judge them for their condition. That is what makes STD dating websites so popular. They allow single people infected with STDs to meet and arrange dates with each other.
There are a lot of STD dating websites on the internet, and some are better than others. Below are the top 3 S...more>>
Posted by andywang on Feb 23, 2019
Many may not think about it, but there are plenty of seniors who are actively looking for dates. They are like anyone who is looking for someone to spend quality time with, enjoy similar activities and possibly foster a long term, loving relationship.
It may surprise people to learn that among the senior dating of the world, there are a percentage of them who have STDs.
Diseases do not look at any factors like age or sex. An STD can affect a 75 year old man as easily as a 19 year old female. This does not mean that the world is cut off to the 50 plus dating who have STDs. It just means the senior population may have to work slightly harder to find an appropriate date.
According to some studies, there are approximately 17.09 percent of the population between the ages of 55-65...more>>
Posted by andywang on Feb 16, 2019
At one time, the very mention of the letters STD caused shock and horror. Many recoiled quickly from even thinking about these words as images of open sores, incurable diseases and a basic loss of human decency began to course through the mind.
Thankfully, because of medication, science and education, the taboos once associated with STDs has diminished greatly. One reason for this fact: the number of celebrities and famous people with STDs.
The most common STDs are syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhea. All three of these are easily treated with rounds of antibiotics available from any primary care physician. The most taboo of them all, however, is herpes – because herpes cannot be cured.
Herpes is the only disease that gets real publicity, again because the disease is incura...more>>
Posted by alexwang8093 on Jan 15, 2019
Be upfront and open about your concerns about the STD
The first time you learn that someone has herpes, it can be a very frightening experience. The average person doesn’t know much about common STD. It’s a taboo topic in most households where they learn such things. The information about sexually transmitted disease gathered from friends is often grossly inaccurate. Unless your friend is a doctor, they probably aren’t an expert when it comes to STDs. That’s the blunt truth that everyone needs to be aware of. When you first hear someone has herpes, it can send shivers down your spine. No need to say that it’s your most intimidate partner who may have the viral disease.
Sit down and have the talk
You’re going to need to talk with your partner if you ...more>>
Posted by alexwang8093 on Dec 20, 2018
It is wise to admit that depression rates among young singles diagnosed with STD is on the increase and needs urgent attention. An increase in suicidal thoughts among adults is a red sign that responsible parents and loved ones should take into consideration to save the situation before it gets out of hand.
Besides the embarrassment and agony of learning that you are infected with STD, there is hope in knowing that it is manageable. STD is not a fatal illness and should not be the cause of panic and extreme strain psychologically. Today, the virus has infected a large portion of the American population across all ages and classes of singles. In fact, based on recent surveys, scientists have suggested that one of four women and one out of every five men are infected with herpes in the US...more>>
Posted by alexwang8093 on Dec 02, 2018
Dating while living with STD is different. In fact, the thought of hooking up is itself a challenge. You have to consider multiple factors and overcome yourself before making the bold step of asking someone for a close relationship.
The stigma in society is the main reason people living with an STD choose to confine themselves and lead a quiet and miserable life. Also, the mode of contraction determines if an individual regains normalcy in life or considers the lives shattered. Unlike common belief, STD is not always about promiscuous living. Sometimes, it is an accident or uncertain circumstances. In fact, some people can only speculate how they ended up with an STD.
Dating with STD
The fact that it is a lifetime condition is frustrating. You have to face the reality of living with a...more>>
Posted by alexwang8093 on Nov 27, 2018
Dating is hard enough. Dating with an STD is harder, but when its an incurable STI, rejection is part of the norm. Herpes spreads fast and has affected 1 out of 50 people on earth. In the U.S., the rates are higher than this. Although the statistic seems scary, it is totally possible to successfully date with an STI. You can still find love if you do right. First, beware that you will meet quite some rejection.
Rejection of people living with Herpes is not uncommon. It is one of the biggest reasons for formation of positive singles. This organization seeks to expose the world to the reality of the safety of dealing with spouses infected with Herpes. It is totally possible to find and sustain love with an infected person. The unspoken issue arising is always how to practice safe sex with...more>>
Posted by alexwang8093 on Nov 19, 2018
The online dating crime against STD positive people is mainly online discrimination, the risk of being stigmatized and Sexual bias. The only way to escape online dating crime if you are STD positive is to find a place where people understand what you need and your current state. STD dating sites and STD support groups are particularly suitable to keep STD positive singles unhurt.
Sometimes dating with STD does not always go as smoothly as one could possibly expect. Although it is not a new concept, its efficiency is not fully understood by most people. The whole point of opening up about your current condition may also be received positively by all people in your social media pages and varied websites. There are thus numerous online dating crimes that are committed against STD positive ...more>>
Posted by alexwang8093 on Nov 15, 2018
Should Clinics Guide Our Life With STD Than Just Confirm I'm STD Positive?
Clinics should provide guidelines for STD newly diagnosed people, especially how to find love again. For patients, it is also important to avoid blaming others, talk honestly to health workers and get in touch with your health department. Concerning how to overcome depression with STD, you should keep Practice breathing, be positive, learn about the disease, looking for support and face your emotions. STD Dating guidelines will help patients learn about ways of preventing getting reinfection or infecting other people for example through using condoms.
Usually, most of STD results come back after testing from the lab after seven to ten days. The results normally have two outcomes; they could be negative or po...more>>