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While most people who join herpes groups are nice, normal people, there are always a few folks out there who are trolling for dates/sex, or who send you a message recommending a herpes site, group, product or dating service for which they may receive a commission or have another motive for getting you to join.If anyone like this contacts you, please report this immediately to your group admins or contact us at this site.Unless you are logged in to Facebook first, the link below will not work.– AFTER you are already logged in to Facebook, find Jo Ann Purkey of Kaiserslautern High School or go to https:// (she OK’d this link).If you cannot find your local herpes social group or herpes support group on the list below – never fear!There may be a *secret* Facebook group in your area.– Use this new email address and username *exclusively* for your herpes-related online activities.Do NOT share this email address with any of your non-herpes friends.

– Send Jo Ann a “friend request.” But you’re not done yet!Herpes social groups often use terms like “Friends” as in “Bay Area Friends” (SF Bay Area) or “H2O” as in “DC H2O” or “H Club” or “H Friends”.A lot of regional herpes groups can be found on Meetup.com, Facebook (see below), Yahoo Groups, and other websites and social media platforms.I have herpes and want to join National HELP on Facebook.” If you cannot find your local herpes group on the list below, then also make sure to tell Jo Ann your city/state and tell her that you would also like to also be connected to your local herpes group. If anyone else, including any other H group admins that Jo Ann or other National HELP admins did not refer you to, contact you privately within your first few weeks of joining, and recommend other Facebook groups or websites for you to join, please say “Thanks, but I’m going to get used to National HELP and my local group first before joining any other groups.” They may be very nice but very persistent and say “let me help you by adding you now and you can always unjoin later if you want.” Just say “no thank you for now” and take your time getting to know your way around National HELP and your local group first before joining any other groups. – The process of getting added to National HELP may take a few days. Jo Ann and the rest of us are just UNPAID VOLUNTEERS who do this in our spare time.