Thank you for the information and so sorry that you are suffering.
Everyone is different but for me, the nutritional side of things has been the cure_all for my outbreaks. Things are a bit different over here in the states though. I woudl be willing to bet that despite a bit of coffee here and there, many of your relatives are much more alkaline than the common westerner. Many people over here eat acidic garbage for every meal.. soda, "gatorade", fastfood, alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, no walking/exercise. No movement, no tai-chi, qigong, yoga, etc. And all of our meat is full of chemicals, hormones, and carcinogens. It's quite ugly.
I understand your pain and wish you the best. At the current moment I am back in my home state visiting my Aunt who is dying with Cancer. I spend every day with her at the Hospice center, which is a hospital where terminal patients go to die. I have another friend who was just diagnosed with ALS and told he has 3-5 years to live. He is in his mid-30's and has a wife and newborn. His entire nervous system will slowly shut down while his brain remains completely normal.
THESE conditions are the true "prisons" to me.. not herpes. I understand the risks to children and that of spreading to other parts of the body. But at least we are alive.. have two arms and legs, can move our bodies with our brains.
I believe that the "road of light" is to appreciate all that we have and treat life as a blessing regardless of where we are. There are many in this world who have it much much worse than we can even imagine. I know because I looked into the eyes of One just this morning while holding her hand and telling her I love her for what might be the last time in my life.
But I support your desire to educate people as much as possible. Of course, if I had a magical wish regarding Herpes, it would be that no one ever contract it again. I support all actions that can make this happen. I would wish for this before curing myself.
Sorry for misunderstanding the billboard message. To me, it doesn't seem to translate that well and confused me a little. I did not mean to offend.
Wishing you the best. I pray that you see life as a blessing. Things can always be much worse! But no matter how bad they get, I pray we all have many moments of bliss until our very last breath.