Straight magnetic couple ... inconsistent condom use
My bf of 9 months has been diagnosed 2 months ago, and I have tested negative twice since he first tested positive. It was a shock to him. But he has had multiple partners all his life, specially in his younger years, he's never been married. However sometimes we don't use a condom - I know it's wrong but there have been times when we didn't, it's my fault for not asking him to wear one. I do get worried sometimes, but since I tested negative 2 weeks ago, it's a relief. I have thought of breaking up with him, but I feel bad for him, and I don't want to hurt him. He loves me very much, wants to marry me, and my kids love him, he's a great guy. I am not so sure if I want to live through this pain. I feel like I get more sick, like sore throat and allergies since we started dating. Please advise. Does every magnetic couple will have to wear condoms forever in their relationship? Can these relationships last?
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