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Although they may ask these questions, you can always tell them that you prefer not to answer, however doing so may make it difficult for them to truly understand your experience and what you want them to know.Rather than refusing to answer a question, you may find it better to ask why they are asking, so you can understand what their thoughts are and address them, even if you choose to do so without sharing information you may prefer to keep to yourself.For those with hepatitis C for a period of time, the medical information may sound like common knowledge.It is important to remember that you may be telling someone about your diagnosis who has never heard of hepatitis C or who may think it is something very different than it actually is.When you decide to share your diagnosis, be prepared for reactions and questions that may seem offensive or ignorant.Try to remember that you have begun to get to know this person because you found them to be a wonderful person and try to keep in mind that their reaction may come from a place of confusion, lack of knowledge, and worry about you, someone they have begun to care about too.At some point, however, the connection between two people can reach a point where both know that they are interested in pursuing something more serious than simple drinks or meals together.
It is important to share only when you feel comfortable and to do so with all of the information ready to discuss.There were quite a few people in these results who had not logged in recently.A search for women within 250 miles of Los Angeles produced 15 hits.Here are the two major hepatitis C dating sites as well as Positive Singles, the "of STDs." This site seems to skew a bit older than most dating services. In a search run in March '08, 39 hep C women were seeking men in California, just one of them in Los Angeles.In Florida, a sweep of men produced 44 hits, with just one in Miami.