A lot of regional herpes groups can be found on Meetup.com, Facebook (see below), Yahoo Groups, and other websites and social media platforms.
Many local herpes groups function as both a Herpes Support Group and a Herpes Social Group.
There may be a *secret* Facebook group in your area.
********** Herpes Privacy Tips Most of us are concerned about privacy online and do not want our sensitive, personal information to be seen by the rest of the world.
If you want to take extra precautions to keep your herpes status private online, we recommend the following: – Create a brand new email account and username on Gmail or Yahoo that does not use your real name or any other words that too closely identify who you are.
People who have the app can start their own channels, like their own groups, join one of the thousands of channels that already exist, or chat one-on-one.
Zello is also available in more than 20 different languages and has a web-based console.
If anyone like this contacts you, please report this immediately to your group admins or contact us at this site.
We will tell you whether or not the person or what they are recommending is legitimate.
Founder and CEO/CTO Alexey Gavrilov has already expressed on their blog that Zello “is not intended as a replacement for instructions from government emergency agencies or sanctioned rescue organizations.
It is not a hurricane rescue tool and is only as useful as the people who use it, and as reliable as the data network available.”The app allows anywhere from two to a thousand users to communicate live with one another.
But why is this app so helpful during such stressful times?
" data-reactid="24"Zello, a walkie talkie app, is helping volunteer efforts for Hurricane Harvey in a very big way.
There are also many “secret” (hidden) herpes Facebook groups that have hundreds or thousands of members, but cannot be found by doing a search and require knowing the right person who can “add” you.