I end up not going out with them again because I am too afraid to tell them. If anyone has some advice, I would really appreciate it. I have talked to therapists, and they tell me it's not that big of a deal (which I know it's not).But, the stigma it has makes it seem like it's the worst thing ever. A few painful days later, multiple tests/doctors appts (more like two weeks). Sometimes I say to myself "I don't have it", because I haven't had an outbreak since. It has been seven years where I have felt a ton of anxiety, depression and embarrassment of having 'herpes'. I have never had an outbreak, except for the actual time I had gotten it seven years ago.Hi, I am not sure if this is the right place to post this, but here I go anyways. I am incredibly nervous/anxious to tell new partners. When guys want to take me out to dinner/dates, I feel like I am leading them on, because I am going to have to tell them that I have 'herpes'. The virus is dormant inside of me, it's sleeping. It makes me angry that my first boyfriend/guy I ever slept with gave this to me and now I must carry it with me forever.The integration of paleodischarge estimates with provenance analysis enables the improved use of the sedimentary record to make estimates about the entire S2S system, as opposed to primarily the depositional component.
The maximum size of any given depositional system, such as a river, delta, or submarine fan, is significantly controlled by the area, relief, and climate regime of the source area, which in turn may link to the plate tectonic and paleogeographic setting.
Classic provenance studies, and more recent use of detrital geochronology, including zircons, provide critical information about source areas, and place limits on catchment area.
Provenance studies, especially when linked to thermochronometry also provide key information about rates of exhumation of source areas and the link to the tectonic setting.
A more quantitative approach to estimating the scale of erosional, transport and depositional components of sedimentary systems, especially in the context of linked source and depositional areas, also puts constraints on the size and scale of potential hydrocarbon reservoirs and thus has significant economic value.
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