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 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. "Until I found Cancer Dating Service, I was unusually shy about dating.
Or, you may worry that it could scare away a potential partner.I can't believe I'm saying this, but 6 months later, I am engaged! 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.doesn't seem like guys my age can handle the idea of cancer (even though I think I do a pretty good job of keeping the burden low! I also looked at the c is for cupid site but they didn't even have an option for DC... It sucked not having anyone anywhere close to my age when I was in treatment. Single adults with cancer often experience physical and emotional changes during and after cancer treatment.