Meet Positives Is for Those Who Need Help with Herpes, Says Founder

June 30, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Jack Lombardi, founder of the Meet Positives website, a site dedicated to people with herpes and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), has pointed out that the website is for people who need help with herpes, particularly on how to manage the condition. He added that the site can also serve as a guide to dating with herpes. Oftentimes, the little knowledge that people have about herpes is obtained from other people who don’t really know much about it. Unfortunately, this can cause a person to be shamed by his or her partner when revealing that he or she is herpes positive. For those who want to be understood by their partner, it may be a good idea to have educational materials regarding the condition ready for them to read.

Jack Lombardi explains, “We are here to help herpes positive singles avoid the embarrassment and possible rejection when telling a potential mate about their condition. Our members join because they want to find and date others who have experienced the same struggles. Our algorithm matches people who are living with the same condition(s), by distance and by their personal saved criteria. Registered members enjoy searching profiles of positive singles who also want to date, share their stories, and learn more about their conditions on discussion forums.”

He continues, “Overall, we are here to help people who need help with herpes, especially those who have recently been diagnosed, whether they are interested in dating or not. This is what makes the Meet Positives community so helpful. Many of the registered members have already experienced what it is like to have herpes and what they have discovered to be effective ways of managing their condition to allow them to live a normal life. You can learn what you need to know from the posts made by other members and also from the online discussion forums.”

Those who have recently learned that they are herpes positive may feel that their life is practically over. They may feel that they will be forced to avoid dating because of the possibility of transferring the virus to their future partner or that their potential partner might reject them once they become aware of their condition.

While it may be true that some people will be quick to judge them when they learn about their condition, the truth of the matter is that herpes is much more common than many people realize. Statistics has shown that one in six people between the ages of 14 to 49.1 have genital herpes. In fact, those who may disparage people with herpes could possibly have it if they have not yet been tested.

On the other hand, it may be a good idea for those who have genital herpes to inform their partner about their condition before they get to the point where they engage in sexual intercourse. While this may be embarrassing or scary for many, being honest with someone with whom they have an intimate relationship is the only way to go.

As a dating site, Meet Positives is different from the common dating sites in that it makes use of a different method to match men and women. They utilize various dimensions that are not just designed to match people with common interests but also to make sure that the predictors will result into long-lasting relationships. Members may be able to find their perfect match in just a short period of time because of the compatibility factors used by the Meet Positives matching strategy. Instead of members just benefiting from conventional personal ads, Meet Positives will focus on various details to ensure that they find a compatible match for each of their members and that they will be provided with an interesting online dating experience.

People who are interested in a resource site that focuses on herpes or any other STI or want to learn more on how to get herpes help may want to visit the Meet Positives website, or contact them through the phone or via email.


For more information about Meet Positives Herpes Dating, contact the company here:

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