Cancer dating survivor

Even though treatment has ended, you may face problems with your family.For instance, if you used to take care of the house or yard before your treatment, you may find these jobs too much to handle after treatment has ended.

I recently posted in the Profile Review section asking for advice on my profile, and got some comments that got me thinking...

In my profile I mention the fact that I'm a cancer survivor.

Much has been written about cancer survivorship, but it’s rare to come across information that’s geared specifically towards young, single women.

Which is why the most recent entry on drleahm.com, the blog of Stanford physician Leah Millheiser, MD, jumped out at me.

Flash forward to 2016 and, experts say, there’s a very different attitude.

“I’m a breast cancer survivor…so my body is not so perfect,” wrote one woman on recently.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Or would you feel they may again become ill and you would not want to be a part of it. I know and understand the feeling of being sick (not many our ages haven't had some form of illness).the possible detriment that could bring to a relationship.

Should a person be upfront about any illness they may have had that could be an issue in the future? For me..dating someone that was ill.becomes ill after we've started a relationship is not the deciding factor of that date/relationship.

For one woman, it was a family member's lack of support during her treatment.

Once upon a time, women who have survived cancer will tell you, the fact that you’d been through the horror of a diagnosis and surgery was not public information—not at work and certainly not on a first date.

' I’ve found that guys ask really smart, sensitive questions.

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