May 15, 2015
I have been sticking my head in the forums periodically but I am still pretty busy with college. I just finished my first full year ( 3 semesters ) though I feel like I will be in school forever yet...lol I did just lose my 4.0 gpa I admit I was proud of ( it was almost double my original gpa when I did college the first time...he he he ). How you guys will allow me to answer your questions when I keep blowing APA 6 format is beyond me ;) At least I still have my A though!! Online college is what I call "teach your own damn self" learning but it works for my busy schedule since I still have to work full-time and support my family. Always fun to spend your days off in front of a computer doing homework right?
As always, be sure to read the updated herpes handbook at https://www.westoverheights.com/herpes/the-updated-herpes-handbook/ . It really is helpful if you have been newly diagnosed with genital herpes. If you are having a hard time dealing with your herpes diagnosis, "the good news about the bad news" is a terrific book I highly recommend purchasing. It really goes more into the psychological side of having genital herpes than Terri's free handbook does.
For general std info, visit http://www.ashasexualhealth.org/ . Terrific info there on condom and birth control use as well as general std info. They also are now offering an "ask the expert forum" and I think you will recognize all the faces there if you are a medhelp std forum regular.
Oh and once again IF YOUR PANTS ARE OFF, WEAR A CONDOM!!!