Cancer dating sites
A woman would think I was insane, an idiot, or an insane idiot. In September I decided to get off Tamoxifen, so I could finally reclaim my life.
My pecs don’t define me, but within society, men who do not have a nice chest area are frowned upon. I would love to see a woman’s face when I remove my shirt.
Armed with this newly developed confidence and self-esteem, I joined a couple of dating sites and my dating adventures began. It was one crazy date after the other, too young, too old, married but pretended to be single, single but living with their ex-wife, ugh was this what the dating world has to offer?The colon cancer in my body was going in and out of my large and small intestines like a roller coaster, that ate up my appendix, was coming through my abdominal wall, later decided to go up to my left lung and as a bonus, my life saving chemotherapy port decided to develop a huge clot in the part went into my heart.All those years of on and off chemo cocktails, countless procedures and surgeries, 10 to be exact, have left my body majorly battled scarred and crooked, but it was okay because I was married and would never have to worry about dating again, or so I thought. Friends also said not to be too honest on the first date, meaning I shouldn’t tell them that I am a breast cancer survivor. I’ve been trying the online dating sites since then, but they haven’t gone all that well, either. Wherever she may be, I promise she will have the time of her life with me. Dating is difficult, whether you have cancer or not. (On a positive note, I don’t need a woman to make me happy. Make sure you are happy within yourself before getting into a relationship. It does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. I will keep trying ulntil I find the right one, but it is daunting sometimes. Maybe she’s sitting next to me here in Starbucks, or waiting for me to find her. ) is strictly a news and information website about the disease.
As some of you may have already realized, cancer changes us.