Turn left out of tube, first left into Herbrand St and the hotel is ahead of you.Inside, turn to the right to enter the Atrium Lounge. Join us on the north bank of the lake to the west of the blue bridge that crosses the middle.Marian will put her bike upside down with a SPHERE sign on it. If you would like to get there later to chat with her (she can answer ANY question!) send an email to [email protected] There are loos and a snack stand nearby – but people tend to bring their own bag of nibbles/drinks.Mainly, it involves feelings of lack of self-esteem and the problems/methods of talking about herpes simplex (‘cold sores on the wots-it’) to new or potential partners.
Our doctors are always here to provide you with advice to support and maintain your ongoing sexual health.” Other places where there are events from time to time: Birmingham, Cambridge and possibly Cumbria.These social (and sometimes ‘support’) events occur in people’s homes and in pubs, cafes, etc. Members interested in getting a meeting going in their part of the country get full support from the HVA office. Are you stuck at the stage where you “dump them if it looks like it is getting serious (because I daren’t talk about my genital herpes)”?We even hope to join the first meeting ourselves, or send a helpline volunteer – someone trained to answer all factual questions. Do you say to yourself “Will anyone want to be with me now I have herpes? ” We have a solution: At a recent event of this sort, members who attended gave us six perfect scores (100%) and one 80% for the day!This is a full day’s event which we know give you the facts, the ideas and most importantly, the confidence about ‘how to tell someone I have herpes’.