I Wish He Had Told Me Before I Got With Him
- Published: 30 July 2019
- By Gabriella | Subscribe: bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Comment, like, share this story.
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Gabriella had been texting a guy she had met on a dating app for months. One day, as they were chatting over social media, she decided to invite him over for dinner so they could finally have an official date. He excitedly agreed, and Gabriella prepared a nice dinner for the two of them. After they ate, they decided to watch a movie and continued to hang out. They laughed together and had a great time, and then they began kissing. One thing led to another, and they decided to take it to the next level - they got intimate.
After their date, a few weeks later, Gabriella started to feel strange pains and discomfort whenever she went to the bathroom. When the pain progressed, she decided to go to the doctor to make sure everything was okay. The doctors performed a test, and Gabriella anxiously awaited the results. As she was waiting, the pain in her body continued to get worse. When she checked herself, she realized she had white spots down there. She assumed it was an allergic reaction, but when she got the call from her doctor, she realized what was really happening to her body - she had an STD.
Gabriella was completely devastated. She didn't know how to handle the news, and she felt very uncomfortable in her own skin. When she called the boy she was intimate with and told him what was going on, he confessed that he was the one who gave her the virus. Because he had no symptoms, Gabriella had no idea. She must have thought to herself, "I wish he told me before I got with him."
Today, despite everything that happened, Gabriella has vowed to stay positive about life. She is still very optimistic about the future, and she wants to spread awareness about her condition. Most importantly, she wants other people who may be in a similar situation to know that they are not alone.
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