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Fear of Rejection- The Main Reason That STD Infected People Intentionally Spread Sexually Transmitted Diseases to Others
Date:10/25/2013

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 25, 2013

Nearly 20 million new infections related to STD’s come up every year in the United States confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the survey by PositiveSingles.com, the fear of rejection is cited as the major reason behind the spread.

PositiveSingles.com, an STD online dating site, surveyed a random sample of about1,500 people who are living with STDs in order to find that why STD infected people intentionally spread sexually transmitted disease to others.

According to the survey conducted, of people who are infected with STD intentionally by their partners, 55.45 percent confirm that their partners never disclose the health issues because of the fear of rejection. STD infected people want to date, but they are frequently rejected after informing their disease. Finally, they choose to hide the truth because they are afraid of being rejected.

In the survey, the second reason behind the infected intentionally spreading the disease was found as Partner Control with 25 percent confirming the same. Some of the offensive people infect their partner intentionally in order to control them. STD infection disturbs the sense of self worth and lead people to the ashamed feeling and depression. These individuals want other non STD people to have same feeling of shame and rejection and make efforts to induce disease in their partner as well. They have in mind that if their partners also have STD infection, they would not have any option except staying with them.

The third reason was Vengeance with over 17 percent confirming the same. STD infected people have the feelings of revenge on society or other people. They have been lonely for long and rejected
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