I am currently in a long distance relationship. We have been talking/dating for a little over 4 months now. We have know eachother for about 17 years (we grew up together and we're both now in our 20's). I am really into him. We have not had sex and I told him that I am trying to wait until marriage. He knows that I'm not a virgin and that it is a choice that I have made for myself. He has been completely understanding. My problem is that I have HPV and I know that even though we are not having sex I should tell him. But, I don't know when. He wants for us to make out relationship official by stating that we are committed to eachother. But, I feel like I can't do that without telling him about the HPV. So what I want to know is when is a good time to tell him? I read about this couple that were together for a year before the girlfriend told her boyfriend about her having an STD. Even though they were not having sex he was upset and felt betrayed. I don't want to do the same with him. What do I do? Help!
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