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The people here share far too much information with strangers in everyday conversation.I think there should be some boundaries and limits on what is said in public.Because you are hesitant about when to reveal your status, please visit the ASHA website (ashasexualhealth.org). It includes a section on relationships, suggestions about when to tell someone, how to talk to a partner, reactions to expect, etc.
How do you feel about dating sites or what are your successes/frustrations/etc. I believe in being polite, so I have reached the point of just nodding my head or responding with a yes or no most of the time. Because you consider their questions invasive and you need boundaries, you will have to set them.A way to do that would be to tell the questioner that the query is a personal one, and you prefer not to share that kind of information with strangers.Herpes support groups are sometimes called “HELP” support groups, and are occasionally affiliated with ASHA, the American Social Health Association.Herpes social groups often use terms like “Friends” as in “Bay Area Friends” (SF Bay Area) or “H2O” as in “DC H2O” or “H Club” or “H Friends”.