Posts tagged disclosing herpes
Episode 00: Welcome to Something Positive for Positive People

The Something Positive for Positive People origin story.

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Episode 100: Don't Dim Your Light Because Others Don't Wear Sunglasses

Sexual confidence, genital HSV-1, rejection and sexual expression. I share my vision for spfpp and interview the mind behind the @strictlysex Instagram page.

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Episode 99: Integrative Disclosure

There are conversations that should be had between prospective partners that we often overlook due to concern for them being accepting of our positive STI status. This episode provides us with an integrative method to have those conversations that includes disclosure.

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Episode 94: Thought Beyond the Binary

Thinking beyond the binary: dates, disclosure and staying in that queer place. And PSA coldsores are herpes.

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Episode 81: Casual Disclosure

Consistency and maturity are very great metrics for if someone is interested in you. I’m finding that disclosing once a person has proven consistent and mature gets a much better reaction.

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Episode 60: Rejection's a Reflection - Don't Take it Personal

Let’s put ourselves out of jobs by ending the stigma.

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Episode 58: Successful Disclosure and Navigating Depression

Insights from a discordant couple.

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Episode 39: It's a Small World - Let Go and Let Grow

You just never know who you’re closing yourself off to. That person could be experiencing the exact same thing you are and be an amazing support system.

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Episode 33: Ask a Doctor About Herpes

Dr. Bruckel, Founder of Total Access Urgent Care talks to us about herpes.

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Episode 25 Part 2: Eliminating Assumptions - A New Sex Life

Sex isn’t over just because of a herpes diagnosis, it evolves into something new!

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Episode 07: I Was On My Way Out of a Relationship, but Stayed When I Found Out We Had Herpes

Never settle in a relationship. Despite being diagnosed with herpes, you shouldn’t make yourself be somewhere you don’t want to be. You don’t have to stay because of feelings of unworthiness.

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