ALL SEX DATING
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Many think having a chronic (infectious) illness like hepatitis B makes them less than worthy of love and a normal life with a romantic partner.
Unfortunately we forget we are more than our illness and focus on the things we cannot change rather than the wonderful things we have to offer a partner.
Dating with HBV can be compared to interviewing for a job.
In a job interview you would present your best traits to a potential employer. Yet it is often how we approach dating, thinking no one will accept us, forgetting to see the big picture of how special and deserving we are, and how much we have to offer and give in a relationship. And like a job interview, sometimes you will be overlooked or rejected.
While you want to be honest about your shortcomings, you don’t tell them why they would NOT want to hire you. That just means you were not a good fit for that employer, it is not a reflection of your value as a person.
And so you keep interviewing, until you find the perfect fit.
That job may last years, a lifetime or a few months. FYI, I have been rejected for having chronic hepatitis B, and I have been in long-term relationships with men who had no issue with my HBV.