Cancer survivor dating sites
I don't know, so far I've been one of few, but I dislike the term survivor, NED or whatever terminology is used to indicate.I suppose in my mind, I'd much rather be seen as merely a person amongst everyone else than be singled out.who wants to make a life with someone who wont be around to help them finish what they started? please let me know how youve dealt with this situation. cat i was for 5 years with my "soul mate"unti i found out he was dating another woman behind my back, until on 10/3/11 i found the reason of his changes.Now, I am feeling lonely, sad and very upset, the way he plays me was horrible.Having cancer has changed every aspect of my life and i am finding it difficult to find someone who looks at life in the same way i (we) do.
Take care, Dana CSN Dana Oftentimes, when you volunteer with your local branch of the American Cancer Society (etc), you'll find folks who "get it," -- either cancer survivors or family / friends of folks who've had cancer.
They may have other ideas, too (And there's a phone number to call to get to chat with a real person). i find that i once was very outgoing and not shy, but now that my appearance has changed, i have a hard time making eye contact. i find myself thinking that no "healthy" person would find it in there heart to fall in love with someone who is as sick as i am. im 24 years old and the guys my age are more for going out and experiencing the party life, and here i am stuck in the house most of the day.
they also dont want to say that their girlfriend is bald and only has 2-7 years to live.
Also, I really don't think I'd want to date another cancer survivor, either.
That isn't to say I'd completely rule it out, life happens, but.. Just doesn't sound like something I'd go for, personally. There is an online dating site that is designed for people who have had cancer, though it may have been created after this thread was started:
Search for cancer survivor dating sites:
And even if someone did have cancer, he or she may not have the same experience from it as another person.