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As well, it's not unusual for Workers to visit with former youth, as after years of working together there is still some sort of bond. No as there is still a previous relationship which has a power imbalance.

For me it does not matter that the employee still works there; even if they worked elsewhere it would still not be appropriate. There seem to be two important aspects to consider.

A partner who has genital herpes needs support and acceptance.

For the youth to continue to grow, create and maintain healthy relationships, any romantic relationships should be outside of the facility.

"No good deed goes unpunished" is often a harsh fact of life. But instead of declaring the sexual part of your relationship over or out of the question, think of ways you can be intimate without risking infection.

You can reduce the risk of becoming infected through sexual intercourse by using condoms and avoiding sex when your partner has symptoms.

Because of the fact that you had a professional relationship with this client, I think that it should stay within a professional relationship.

Not only because of your professional standards, but to be ethical as well. I don’t think it is appropriate to go from a caregiver role to having a relationship with someone.

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