It’s a trust issue—although this absolutely need not be a big deal, if you expose someone without having told them how can they trust you?
More than 1 in 6 Americans between the ages of 14 and 49 carry genital herpes, and there is medication to control flare-ups and minimize the risk of transmission; it is not a relationship-destroying burden unique to you, I promise.
Talk to your doctor or make an appointment at a free clinic to learn more about herpes and how to manage your own condition—the more information you have about it, the less helpless and ashamed you’ll feel. : My childless sister “Sally” and I are close but are having a disagreement.
She’s also suggested that my daughter take allergy medication, but I find that out of line. (I’m on your side in the sense that I think a human child’s health is paramount here, but I just don’t think it will be useful to turn this into a litigation on your respective reproductive choices.) It’s absolutely fair of you to say that the present situation is dangerous to your daughter’s health.
It’s also fair that your sister is anxious about leaving her dog outside for an entire weekend, especially if she lives in a coyote-heavy area.
He works from home, enjoys his work, and has many opportunities to make more money in the future.
I, however, work long hours at a job I thoroughly despise and commute for over an hour each way to make less than ,000 a year.I minored in art in college and would like to continue making art to sell.This is not an option with my current job; by the time I get home I barely have time or energy to cook dinner and clean the house.If she were willing and able to hire a pet sitter during your visits, that would be an ideal solution, but since she isn’t, you should advocate for your daughter’s health and stay in a nearby hotel so that she can get a full night’s sleep without having difficulty breathing.Incidentally, unless your daughter has an issue with allergy medication, I’m not sure why you wouldn’t have some at the ready with you, given that she might have a reaction to someone else’s pet at any time.Any suggestions on how we can reach some kind of compromise? There’s plenty to be said about the dynamics undergirding the recent “tiny house” phenomenon, but the bottom line is that if you have even a few reservations about living in a miniature cabin somewhere totally removed from society with your boyfriend, please err on the side of caution and don’t do it.