STDs – How to Tell Your Partner

It is not easy to tell your boyfriend or girlfriend that you have a sexually transmitted disease. Have you ever imagined how you would tell your partner if you had this kind of illness?

This is a very sensitive topic, and you never know what your partner will react to. But no matter how hard it is, it’s much better than not telling it. It’s good for you too, if your partner is honest with you.

Trust and honesty hold a serious relationship together. I am sure your partner will trust you more if you are honest with him. If you have sex with someone, sexually transmitted disease is not just about you. With your illness, you can infect the one you love best.

Every year, nearly thousands of young people become infected with sexually transmitted diseases between the ages of 15 and 19. The most shocking thing is that they don’t even know most of it. If you have a sexually transmitted disease, do not hesitate to open your mouth and tell your partner about it and go to the nearest hospital where you will be treated properly. . Here are some tips on how to get started!

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Practice what you are going to say!

Yes, it may sound strange, but it will help a lot when it comes to a conversation. Know what you’re going to say before you tell him.

Timely!

Find a time when you can sit face to face with your partner and you are sure he will listen.

Get ready for everything!

You may not know how your partner will react, you may need time to grasp the whole thing. It can also happen that you will be angry, confused. Either way, let your partner feel what you want in that moment. If you go beyond that, you can already talk about what will happen in the future. Also be prepared that your partner may not want to keep in touch with you. But who knows? Maybe this case strengthens the relationship and mutual trust. Look in the mirror and you will know that you did the right thing: you did not endanger the one you love the most.

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