People Living With Herpes Prefer a Safe Online Community for Support and Love

MatchHerpes.com, a leading herpes dating site in the world, has recently passed thirteen years online serving an often overlooked segment of singles in the dating world.

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Living with Herpes is not the end of the world.

(PRWEB) July 31, 2014

The dating site Match Herpes has a mission: to give HSV Singles and others living with sexually transmitted diseases a safe place to find compatible people and get support. Since 2001, it has served a wide range of countries, including The United States, Ireland, South Africa and France.

The primary mission of the site is to provide support and companionship to Herpes singles and anyone else who has been diagnosed with an STD so they can get back a sense of normalcy. To accomplish this, they offer a variety of resources for people to connect and learn more about their disease. There is a listing of blogs that deal with STDs, a section where people can get expert advice from trained counselors, a forum to reach out to others in the same boat, and a listing of places where one can seek care. Millions of people have already joined and the site boasts a number of success stories.

Visitors to Match Herpes can also benefit from a collection of treatment stories designed to give hope and to let one know what to expect as they begin their own treatment. Chat rooms are also available, and the site is only visible to registered members, ensuring the privacy of each user. The site has been featured in media outlets such as The Miami Herald, the BBC, and MSN Health. For more information, or to sign up for an account, please visit the website.

ABOUT MATCH HERPES: Match Herpes is billed as one of the largest herpes dating websites in the world dedicated to helping singles with STDs get back to living a normal life. The privacy of each member is important to the site and they work hard to ensure each member feels safe and comfortable. A user could choose who can see their information, and the site does not discriminate on any basis.


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