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“I’m lucky because my viral load is undetectable and as far as I know no one has ever caught it from me,” she explained in youthful, misguided optimism.I take a deep breath and remind her that hepatitis B rarely causes any noticeable side effects and she must consider herself capable of infecting others despite her low viral load.(That’s not very reassuring, I told her.) The second one, refreshingly cautious in one so young, dug out his immunization papers just to make sure.Her current boyfriend is positive he was immunized.When I asked her recently about how she has handled disclosing, she gave me the condescending but kind look that young adults give their parents. “Once I know they are someone I would like a relationship with, I start out by asking if they’ve been immunized for hepatitis B and explain that I have it.I guess I’m lucky, because nearly everyone my age has been vaccinated.”Her first partner didn’t care and assumed he had been.

Afterwards, I realized I had forgotten to write down that I was creative and artistic.She waited until after she had sex with a man she really liked before telling him about her hepatitis B.He broke up with her, he didn’t think he could trust her because she hadn’t told him about her infection before they had sex.“That’s harsh,” my daughter commented.In a job interview you would present your best traits to a potential employer. Yet it is often how we approach dating, thinking no one will accept us, forgetting to see the big picture of how special and deserving we are, and how much we have to offer and give in a relationship. And like a job interview, sometimes you will be overlooked or rejected.While you want to be honest about your shortcomings, you don’t tell them why they would NOT want to hire you. That just means you were not a good fit for that employer, it is not a reflection of your value as a person.

Afterwards, I realized I had forgotten to write down that I was creative and artistic.

She waited until after she had sex with a man she really liked before telling him about her hepatitis B.

He broke up with her, he didn’t think he could trust her because she hadn’t told him about her infection before they had sex.“That’s harsh,” my daughter commented.

In a job interview you would present your best traits to a potential employer. Yet it is often how we approach dating, thinking no one will accept us, forgetting to see the big picture of how special and deserving we are, and how much we have to offer and give in a relationship. And like a job interview, sometimes you will be overlooked or rejected.

While you want to be honest about your shortcomings, you don’t tell them why they would NOT want to hire you. That just means you were not a good fit for that employer, it is not a reflection of your value as a person.

“You can’t let your hepatitis B totally define you entirely, or else you’ll be too afraid to tell someone in a situation like that because the stakes will be too high.”She recalls an exercise in a psychology class.