I walked away feeling pretty strong about the whole thing until I got back to my neighborhood. He asked me about the cancer and we arranged a second date. I became a player in one of the most superficial cities in the world.
Over the course of a few weeks, I went on a handful of dates and met some really nice guys, including the man who is now my boyfriend. Have you, like me, actually tried to date through chemotherapy and radiation? Home Information and support Vita magazine Hoping to click: Most of us who are alive are always potentially dying, of course, which is why hypochondria and seat belts exist.
It’s ok to not be ok We just met, you don’t have a responsibility to take on anything you don’t want to.
If you are scared, or unwilling to accept the risk cancer may bring, it’s ok.
But when you are dating, it can be nerve racking and scary to explain your situation, not knowing if someone will see you after, the you behind the scars.