I told her everything before we were involved, and really she is a well-meaning person who doesn't get scared off by cancer. i think it would just be easier to date someone who also had/has cancer because they can understand what it is/was like. But by about month #8, she started asking things like 'how many more of these follow-up appts. ' and I said 'the rest of my life.' So she really wasn't in it for the long haul. i had to go through high school with kids starring at me because i had no hair and was sick. But that doesn't lessen the human need for love and romance.Enter 2date4love, a new website created by Laura Brashier, a 50-year-old cervical cancer survivor. The website is aimed toward people who cannot have sex, either due to disability, or caused by disease.The 50-year-old hairstylist, who lives in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatments after being diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer when she was 37.
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Since then, Brashier said she had trouble dating men because she didn't want to broach the subject of sex -- and her inability to have it.