Dating for singles who got cancer great dating tips
But on a gut level, it feels like the wind has been taken out of my sails. Where did you begin to search, for those of you that are taking care of children, and don't get out there much?
Oct 17, 2011 PM Fearless_One wrote: There is no reason for you to feel stupid - not at all!
He happened to go into my office and see my paperwork for the biopsy. He left long before cancer, but I thank him because I went for my check ups because we were getting divorced and the stress was unbearable. I think his leaving saved my life - physically and emotionally!
Oct 17, 2011 PM Fearless_One wrote: That is wonderful!
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I know, intellectually, that good men are out there, that love happens to people in the thick of treatment, that I am more than my "looks".
I was diagnosed last December (2008), and 2009 was spent in treatment thus far: bilateral MX w/ TE's, chemo, and then exchange to Allergan 410's (Gummies).
Facing cancer did one great thing for me: it taught me that I do, really want to experience love again in my life.
I hit my 2-year in September and have only VERY recently begun to feel better about myself, both physically and emotionally.
It's a long process for many of us - and VERY hard to get back in that dating pool .
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