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-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.
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. I live in uk but if you want you can text me anytime you want.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. Be strong and you will see that you will find someon!!!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 think many survivors would agree that it is a life-changing experience that may be worthy of mentioning in an "About Me" section of site like this.However, I was interested to find out that a some people felt I should take it out of my profile, saying that women wouldn't want to get involved with some one like that; or that the pain of remembering one who they had lost to cancer might drive them away.It's just something that most women in that age range don't want to deal with. I actually didn't even think it was possible to be ignorant of cancer given the millions upon millions upon millions of people who have now or have had some form of it.
And franky most of them are not equipped to deal with it, so they just would rather not even think about it. However I have spent quite a lot of time reading up on my cancer, and any headline nowadays about any cancer pulls my attention.I had honestly never considered the fact that being a survivor might be something that some would avoid, but I suppose I can sort of understand the "too painful to relive" argument. It seems like it probably made you a better person and for me that says a lot.As a widow I know that life is precious and should be lived to the fullest. The person that rejects you for being a cancer survivor could have a massive heart attack tomorrow or be hit by a truck - none of us come with a guarantee.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.- Is it something that should be kept private and perhaps not talked about until the relationship is more serious?