At first, it might seem best to let the topic come up naturally in conversation. That way, it would seem less like a bombshell and more like any other development in your life. If you say, “You’re going to freak out when you hear this,” or “Don’t freak out, but…,” you are setting your partner up to panic either way. Instead, you could say, “Just so you know, my doctor called me yesterday with some test results, and said I have the virus that causes genital herpes. I got it from my last relationship and might have passed it on to you.” Unfortunately, no matter how wisely you choose your words the discussion is often jarred by negative imagery, and as soon as you say you might have given them this” disease,” it too conjures up unpleasant images that make the condition seem even more “horrible” or “disgusting.”
In reality however, let’s face it. It’s bad enough you have to deal with the fact that you now have an incurable disease. Yet, having to deal with the ridicule of telling someone they now might have it too can make the situation even more stressful, and in some cases put your life in danger. To avoid this all together, why not let The Incognito Help Line tell them, so you don’t have to? Not only will your identity remain hidden, we will personally deliver the message and encourage them to get tested as soon as possible.
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