Many people in the past suffered in silence, and were made to feel alone and rejected.No human being should live like this, and thanks to advances in technology, they don’t have to.
Dating can be an exciting time of self discovery, where one can learn about life, love, and partnership.
However, few things in life bring out more anxiety, doubt, and challenges to one’s self esteem than dating.
There is no perfect formula to dating, because dating in of itself is all about trial and error.
For all the published books in stores regarding dating, the only way to be successful at it is to put one’s self out there, and simply date.
But what does a person do when their adventures in dating takes a very wrong turn?
What happens when the thrill of “hooking up” leaves a person with a diagnosis that makes them feel “messed up”?
This is what it’s like for a person that contracts a sexually transmitted disease, otherwise known as an STD.
While most STDs are curable with antibiotics, there are classes of STDs that aren’t spread via bacteria.
These STDs are viruses, and while there are currently treatments to stabilize the disease, there are no permanent cures for them.