PositiveSingles.com Unveils Updated Q&A Page

PositiveSingles.com is pleased to announce the release of a new version of the popular STD Q&A page.

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Los Angeles (PRWEB) January 28, 2014

As the superlative dating and support website for people with sexually transmitted diseases, PositiveSingles.com is pleased to announce the release of a new version of the popular STD Q&A page. PositiveSingles is not only a dating site for people with STDs, it also offers much-needed support, advice and information about how to live and date while suffering from a sexually transmitted disease. The site is always working on ways to make the website more interactive and informative, making it more user-friendly and up to date. The new version of the question and answer page will be released at the end of January.

The newest version is clearer and cleaner than the old version, making it easier to navigate. The page is divided into three parts: questions that have been previously asked, along with PositiveSingles counselor’s answers, a place where members can ask questions, and a search bar where members can type in an issue to search for the answer.

Members can ask any question they want, selecting from the menu which topic the question is about. Experienced counselors will answer the question immediately, offering helpful information and advice. All of the previously asked questions and answers appear on the left side of the page and no members’ names are mentioned. The questions are all posted anonymously, which encourages members to ask anything they want without fear of being embarrassed. The members can also view the question and answer portion of the page by category, which is found under “Ask a Question.” The top part of the page has a large search bar, which allows members to see if their questions have already been asked and answered.

The new version of the sexually transmitted disease question and answer page helps members to address their worries and confusion. Here, they can also share their dating experiences, offering advice and discussing the emotional and psychological issues of dating with STDs.


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