If you have physical side effects such as scars or hair loss, your date may ask about them.
Of course, these individuals don’t speak for entire demographics, but they do provide some insight into the nuances of the very human search for love and connection. So, seven years later, I’m still dealing with things.
I’ve been in and out of menopause since 37."Those are conversations when you’re in a relationship with someone — like what do you say?
If you post about your diagnosis on social media or you are very active with a cancer support organization, your potential date may already know about your diagnosis.
However, you may wish to wait until you know the person better and know that you can trust him or her.
Think through your options carefully, and choose the one that works for you.
Remember, you had a good and bad dates before cancer, and you will have good and bad dates after cancer, but you may also meet amazing people.
When I was diagnosed, I’d had biopsies and benign lumps removed before.
You could tell some stuff had happened due to scarring. I think this misconception that — like, I didn’t get a boob job.
Dating is supposed to be fun, so get out there and have fun. For more on dating and cancer, visit My Pearl Point.