If you have Herpes and are tired of being rejected by the person you are dating the moment you reveal your condition then you are probably considering joining an STD dating or a Herpes dating site to meet someone with whom you feel comfortable dating and may even be able to have an intimate or romantic relationship with. However, you may be wanting somehow to dating tips for that STD dating site. Here are some tips that are sure to help.
One of the things people with Herpes find happens all too often when dating someone is the rejection they feel when they reveal their status to the person they are dating. After a few of these rejections, many people feel as though they don't even want to try to date anymore because the rejections are just too painful. However, when you join an STD dating site, you know right away that at least some of the people on the site have the same condition that you do and also have faced the same type of rejection.
When you join an STD dating site and reveal your condition right up front, you don't have to worry about being rejected due to your condition, since those people who contact you and agree to date you will already know your condition.
However, while you should date your condition right up front, you don't want to put too much emphasis on it, instead, you want to emphasize your interests and hobbies.
You get an email from someone who sounds perfect, or that perfect looking person has answered your email and after a few exchanges on the STD dating site, you are longing to talk on the phone. Don't rush into an online relationship and give your personal information too soon. Instead, use a cell phone and talk to the person, since your landline is connected to your home address. And don't tell a person where you live or work, until you have actually met them person a few times and are sure that you can trust them.
While you may feel as though you really know the person you meet on the Herpes dating site, it is better to be safe than sorry so carefully read the safety tips the site offers for meeting your online friend offline. Meet in a public place, and never get into your date's car on that first date or even the first couple of dates, instead wait until you feel that you can trust them.
Tell a family member or friend where you are going to meet someone new the first few times that you get together and set a time when you will call or be home.
Most importantly, enjoy the experience of meeting new people that accept you and your condition. Having the right attitude will make your online dating experience from the STD dating site more positive.