There are serious questions that need to be answered. When you find that someone, you can experience that feeling of freedom that only people that are going through the same state can give you. They didn't want you that much anyway. I would wait until after the first date, maybe before the second date or third date before telling him. I have a gentle, but not push-over disposition and.
I would date a negative guy now. The disclosure part would take place before the first date; that way I don't end up wasting precious time and energy. And they weren't looking for caretakers. I have avoided dealing with the issue by not dating. As a member of Poz Dating, your profile will automatically be shown on related hiv dating sites or to related users in the Online Connections network at no additional charge. Since i live in Italy it's impossible for me to give a realistic answer to some of the questions 47DegreesNorth posted above. You will be happy with the people you find on our site, so stop wasting your time in clubs or bars and get here today.
I hope you don't decide to be rigid about one M. But it comes up relatively soon if things continue. Yes I would date a Poz guy now. Meeting guys on the street, gym, bars, anywhere - I think to myself there's no point, as soon as he finds out I'm poz he'll lose interest. It prides itself on being a couples site and an information center.
Being poz now I don't even know if I would date a neg guy. Personal background plays a major role in choosing a partner. Meeting online is a safe and effective way to form relationships. Hope you figure it out and don't stress over it too much. All your personal information can be private and anonymous until you want to take things further. I don't get it though, when I was negative I never rejected a guy because he was positive. If I were negative I would probably not date a poz guy, neither when I was younger or if I was neg at my age now.
I was attracted to them because they were bombs, or kind, or whatever. Members are able to browse profiles of other members. My 2nd year aids-a-versary is coming up soon and a handsome younger not too much though man has totally caught my attention. There will always be people who talk negatively about you, no matter what you are doing or who you are dating. I hope you have better luck and I think the matter of disclosure will be different for everyone who replies on here.
Don't just wait for someone to find you and go find someone as well. The information helps people understand how to interact. Every blue moon, that one online person may come along, you agree to meet, exchange greetings and realize. Two people, who are undetectable. There are lists of of possible ways and you choose the one that feels right and fits the situation. Revealing this sort of information is sensitive.
He will be happy that you feel comfortable talking about it with him and, more than likely, he will be able to allay any worries you may have. Sounds like you need a change of scenery. I would've dated a poz guy if he was a top guy when was negative. Also I've learned that it's best to tell the guys up front even if they freak out. Hopefully only those guys messaging me would realize my status and be ok with it.
Dating is a fun business but as in any other subject you must be cautious about many things. And it wouldn't have happened without your website. Show off who you are as a person and let someone get to know you beyond your status. My standards are much higher now. Dating, poz or not, isn't easy.