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Sadly, she lost her battle and is no longer with us. Mine has helped me get through this whole cancer thing! I just realize I have to live in the present moment, live in the now, become the best me right now, and not worry about what will happen in six months, or a year. I'm so lonely, I just want someone to talk to who will understand what I'm going through.
I am 30, from GA, and looking for the love of my life. Check out 'C is for Cupid' - I think the url is cisforcupid.org, but it's specifically a 'dating site for cancer survivors.' I'm on there, have had some great discussions and sharing. I know if I do my best right now, I'll be where I want to be in six months. I know about being broken into pieces, I just live in the present moment now. I'm in NYC if there's any women out there from my location, I could really use a friend, it would be nice to have someone to talk too, someone to encourage, and for them to be an encouragement to me.
However, I have a tough time relating to nonsurvivors in a dating situation. I wish everyone the best of luck, we all deserve to be happy and loved with or without our cancer.
The best relationship I ever had was with a fellow cancer patient. "Not to long after my diagnosis, my marriage of 11 years ended, I understand being broken, I asked myself the question, how many broken pieces can I become, who would put me back together again?
The reprecussions of that can/ and did have a significant impact on my self-confidence. Hopefully, I'm not the only one who feels like this or I'll feel really weird putting this out.
I am new to this website, but actually got on looking for other young survivors and some male survivors to possibly start dating again. I can relate, I had dated a woman for 9 mos, and she was great about it at the start and most of that time.
I told her everything before we were involved, and really she is a well-meaning person who doesn't get scared off by cancer. i think it would just be easier to date someone who also had/has cancer because they can understand what it is/was like.
I would love to meet other girls to strategize with, too!
Broke my heart and I wonder if I will ever be "normal" enough for someone to want to love me or if I will be able to open myself up to that again.
-Eric I have come to the conclusion that I need to either date guys who are survivors, or who are several years older than me... From a female perspective it's just as hard on our end. I hope things go better for you (I realize this post is old but good wishes never age :) ) Lady Muse I recently came upon a website for young adult cancer patients and survivors. I'm going to one of their happy hours in NYC and am excited to meet other survivors my age. I was diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago, and surgically treated. I like to have many friendships with other survivors in India and other countries I hope that you have been able to find someone that you can connect with. I was dating a guy before I was rediagnose and things have changed a lot. It hasn't any time I've been on it so I can't connect with people like I want.