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"Raise Your Herpes IQ - and How To Tell Someone",

  • May 15, 2014 · 7:30 PM
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"Want to understand how to lower the risk for infection and how to talk with your partner"?
Herpes is one of over 20 sexually transmitted infections. In an intimate, sexual relationship with a person who has herpes, the risk of contracting the infection will never be zero.
Telling your partner encourages your partner to share sexual history information with you. Telling allows him/her to make an informed choice and when you tell, you are showing respect and concern for his/her well being.

 

This is a sensitive topic and knowing when and how to tell takes practice.

 

"LEARN HOW TO START AND WHAT TO SAY"!
When is the best time to tell..
How to begin..
What to say..
What NOT to say..

 

Dr. Cooper will guide you with positive information and practical techniques for informing your partner.

7:30PM - 9:30PM

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