Dating for singles who got cancer
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Therefore, it might be surprising to learn that more than half of Americans are currently single.Oct 17, 2011 PM - edited Oct 18, 2011 AM by identtwins Thank you both so much. I wonder if that has anything to do with how I am feeling.Musiclovermom I am glad now that you got a divorce too. Oct 18, 2011 AM musiclovermom wrote: I think what helped me was the fact my husband felt guilty...I was diagnosed last December (2008), and 2009 was spent in treatment thus far: bilateral MX w/ TE's, chemo, and then exchange to Allergan 410's (Gummies).Facing cancer did one great thing for me: it taught me that I do, really want to experience love again in my life.