Chicago, Illinois –
MeetPositives.com, a dating website for people with herpes and other kinds of STD, wants to emphasize that single people with herpes or other kinds of STD would be able to avoid the “talk” that they are often stressed about if they become part of the Meet Positives community. Positive singles undergo a lot of emotional stress when comes the time when they feel it necessary to reveal their condition to the person they have been dating. This is because of the strong possibility that they will get rejected and suffer embarrassment.
Michael Task, a spokesperson for MeetPositives.com, says, “Meet Positives helps positive singles avoid the embarrassment and possible rejection by telling a potential mate about their condition. Our members join because they want to find and date others who have experienced the same struggles. And we have 20+ years of trusted matchmaking under our belts, with a dedicated Trust and Safety team by your side. That means no bad players — just genuine people looking for real relationships.”
It is important to note that online dating using Meet Positives enables all participants to be both very selective and discreet. Members of the Meet Positives community are able to select partners based on what is common to them through information provided. This is definitely better than going to a singles bar and choosing a partner based only on looks. The Meet Positives site allows positive singles, especially those who are afraid of dating, to go on dates again and possibly discover a partner who truly understands their condition.
When dating with someone in the Meet Positives community, positive singles would be able to date without having to worry that their partner will be judging them harshly due to their condition. Herpes positive individuals can actually still get to enjoy a happy and healthy life. People with the herpes virus, which is either HSV-1 (oral herpes) or HSV-2 (genital herpes), often don’t have noticeable symptoms, except during those brief times when they are experiencing an outbreak. In addition, herpes infections will usually not cause any serious health problem, although there may be some complications in a few cases.
Most people are not even aware that they have herpes until that time when they are tested for herpes and the results come out positive. When dating with a person who doesn’t have herpes, herpes positive individuals would want to inform their partner to know about their condition. It is actually their responsibility to inform the other person about it to avoid the possibility of their infecting the other person. This is the dreaded “talk,” that frequently results into a break up and the herpes positive individual getting embarrassed. Because of this, many have stopped dating.
With this herpes dating website, those who want to join will have to register to become part of the community of positive singles. Meet Positives will then find a match for members based on their locations and conditions. Thus, herpes positive individuals will get to meet other people who have also been found to be positive for herpes. This eliminates the need for the “talk” because they are already aware of the condition of the other person and vice versa. Aside from not getting anxious about having to undergo the “talk,” members can also be sure that they will not be passing on the virus to another individual.
Founded in 2019, Meet Positives is a standalone dating site exclusive for positive singles or those individuals who have been diagnosed to be positive for STD. Their team members have over 20 years of experience in matchmaking. Meet Positives is distinct from other STD communities because it is not part of any affiliate network. It offers its service to community members on its own, ensuring that members will truly benefit from various services such as the algorithm for matching, an online discussion forum for members, and individual posts allowing other members to learn about their success in living with their diagnosis, and more.
Those who are interested in the Meet Positives herpes dating website can visit the Meet Positives website or contact them on the telephone or via email.Positive Singles