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AKramer;2648 said:And when I do find the right guy, he's going to look at my scars and my solo nipple and say "Thank god you have these scars, because you wouldn't be here without them"
Zhar;2644 said:I think there's a difference between being single, and being single not having near and interested/obliged people to help one through the difficult stages of cancer treatment and recovery
1goodbean;3398 said:I've basically always been single and I'm definitely ok with that. Sure, if someone comes along and I start dating or get married, awesome!! I'd love to get married and have kids some day. But for now, that's not in my sight. I'm just working on making myself healthy and continuing to be happy. I do have a question though... I'm not sure how to approach guys about me having had cancer.... I'm the type of person who doesn't mind anyone knowing, heck I'll show anyone who wants the picture of my tumor and my scar. But do people get weirded out or reject (not in a mean way...) those who've had cancer? What are your experiences with it? It's been several years since I've even had a date so, this may never be an issue.. *le sigh* but I'm still curious.
Jason Kratky;3716 said:My suggestion is just be yourself. If someone can't see past this part of your life, they're not worth your time. As for how to bring it up, personally, I wouldn't bring it up till you knew you had solid interest in this person and you could see it turning into more than a couple of dates.
1goodbean;4614 said:Done! haha how quickly things can change. Met a guy and didnt tell him right off the bat, but felt pretty good and secure about him and then he was the one who asked me why i had been sick and in the hospital. His mom had cancer when he was young and so he's super understanding. Yay!
Mishanne;4615 said:That's awesome! Congratulations