I might be the only one who thinks this , but I find it pretty harder to approach women who hasn't been through a tramatic experience like cancer, etc and ask her out. I had brain surgery, a harsh regime of chemo thearpy, and a month and a half of radiation.The reprecussions of that can/ and did have a significant impact on my self-confidence. Hopefully, I'm not the only one who feels like this or I'll feel really weird putting this out.
Or, you may feel that not telling a date about your cancer may feel dishonest or insincere. 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.The best relationship I ever had was with a fellow cancer patient. "Not to long after my diagnosis, my marriage of 11 years ended, I understand being broken, I asked myself the question, how many broken pieces can I become, who would put me back together again?In the beginning, she would blurt out her history almost immediately, frightening herself and her date.Gradually she got to a point where she was able to wait till the third or fourth meeting and discuss it without upsetting herself or her companion.If so, you may prefer to tell a new partner before a relationship becomes serious.