Herpes Dating
Success stories from our members
Share your success story

Ain't love grand? We love to celebrate the success of our members! Post your great date story, engagement announcement or anniversary on this page. We define "success" as anyone who benefits from our site regarding marriage, faith, friends, and romance.

PositiveSingles.com has helped people living with STDs find one another more than any other places. We're excited and proud of all of our successful couples! We hope that you too will be the next to add your story to our ever-growing collection.

If you met someone wonderful through PositiveSingles.com, we'd love to hear your news. Share it now!

If not, find success at PositiveSingles.com now!

Still Single? You Don't Have to Be! Someone is waiting for you. Meet compatible singles now!
Featured success stories...
Show / Sort by:
View author's info , Oct 02, 2012
I have meet someone from this site and we have become a couple. I am extremely happy and am very thankful for this website! It has helped me meet an incredible man!

perfect match  (Dating)
View author's info , Roswell, GA, United States , Sep 27, 2012
I met my match all because of this site!. She is amazing and we don't have to have the "Talk" we can just be us. I no longer need it. thanks PS

View author's info , Sep 25, 2012
I was actually contacted by my current girlfriend the very night that I added a paid subscription and finished my profile. We emailed back and forth a bit, moved onto a phone call, and here were are now months later
having spent a fantastic summer together and vacationing together. Lots of time spent together with romance and adventure. Just an excellent match to each other really and was fated. Due to the nature of thesite, we found that we were just immediately open and honest with each other about everything from date number 1. We were also instantly smitten with each other. A few weeks later I was asking her to be my girlfriend when we were out at a very romantic dinner. Wish the best or luck for all other members that haven't found their match yet.

Advice to other members:

Be totally honest about who you are, what you like,
your appearance, and everything else. Online dating is doomed to fail for members that like to stretch the truth or create some sort of misdirection or game. You can't have a successful relationship built on lies from the beginning! Of course it also helped that the both of us were in the right
place emotionally, mentally, & physically for our relationship. Timing is everything! She may not have been the one say 2 months earlier....

View author's info , Virginia Beach, VA, United States , Sep 24, 2012
We were both respectively diagnosed with HSV-2 in the early 2000's. I was 18 & stupid, he wasn't careful either. When we contracted HSV-2, there was a stigma attached to STD's...like you were dirty. There also wasn't much discussion about it & I didn't really know anything about it. Anyway. needless to say, dating was difficult. I always eventually had to have "the talk" with the guys I dated & they never ended well. In 2008, a guy I dated (who I finally told) mentioned this site. He was a good friend (still is) and told me about it. I thought I'd check it out. Within a week, I had gone on 3 dates. All were great guys, and who knew that 1 of those 3 guys would be my future husband. We dated for 2 years, and we've been married now for 2 years. We never have to have "the talk" and it's almost as though neither of you have it because there is nothing to be ashamed of anymore. Plus, we can empathize together when we have outbreaks, and sometimes even make jokes.

Advice to other members:

Don't give up. Your life isn't over. STD's happen. More now than ever. PLEASE be careful & use protection so you don't spread it to others. You KNOW how painful it is, and we have to live with it forever. So...please don't burden others with it. Check this site out...there's someone for you too!

View author's info , Auburn, ME, United States , Sep 23, 2012
We wrote back and fourth for about 10 days, then spoke on the phone a couple of times before meeting for coffee. We met at a coffee shop the first time, and spoke for more than an hour. We then planned a second date for breakfast, and a third for a movie. The fourth date was a hike, and we've pretty much been together ever since.

We both keep telling ourselves and each other we are keeping it light and taking it slow, but we both feel an incredibly strong bond and sense of commonality. Neither of us really wants to get married again, at least at this point.