That virus can (but may not) be transmitted to any surface of someone else’s body, via physical contact.
If it does transmit, there’s an ~80% chance that they won’t recognize any symptoms from the infection.
If you’ve been physically intimate, freaking out was probably your first reaction (Do I now have herpes? Then come the other questions: Is herpes a deal breaker? But first, let’s get straight on what herpes is and what it isn’t.
Are you stupid to continue a relationship with someone who has herpes? There are two viruses that people talk about when they talk about herpes: Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and Herpes Simplex Virus 2, or HSV-1 and HSV-2.
Also think about whether he gives any signs he would do it again, like goes out and doesn't reply in his texts, goes on suspicious trips, flirts with other girls etc.
So that just means that you need to work on your picker.Being cheated on is bad enough but worse is consistently feeling you weren’t good enough to be the only girlfriend, nor good enough to be the #1 girlfriend. I don’t spy on phone calls or snoop through drawers, but I’m starting to feel it’s necessary.And before you say you’re not making yourself available to the right guys, I dated against type.It doesn't mean that once a cheater, always a cheater, but I think it's good to have a conversation with him and let him know that cheating on you would be unacceptable. You are now ready to move on, and then your partner tells you he sees real loyalty in you and he likes how much you make him feel special. It's important to understand that your relationship is different than the one the person had before. In the past I've continued to date someone who had cheated **on me**; we continued to date for two years after that, and it was wonderful.You might try to make expectations clear, what's ok for you and what's not. The infidelity was a small indiscretion; it had nothing to do with why we eventually parted, and, to the best of my knowledge, it never happened again.