Cancer survivor dating service
Created by Laura Brashier, a 50-year-old cervical cancer survivor, 2date4allows users to write details about themselves and look for others with similar interests.
The one thing they're looking for -- a partners who isn't looking for a physical relationship."2date4love is a dating site that enables people who cannot engage in sexual intercourse to meet and experience love, companionship and intimacy at its deepest level," the website reads.
I'll take the sweet..caring..giving..honest.sick Paul over the lying..cheating..cruel.man..anyday!! I doubt I'd put a past illness on my profile..although.would be something I would discuss very soon after e-mailing and probably before meeting with a man.I have done.
“I’m a breast cancer survivor…so my body is not so perfect,” wrote one woman on recently.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Maybe you should write a book.paid as well as laid.. Seriously.answered your own question when you stated you want a woman that lives in the here and now on your profile.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Or would you feel they may again become ill and you would not want to be a part of it. I know and understand the feeling of being sick (not many our ages haven't had some form of illness).the possible detriment that could bring to a relationship.
“If you can’t handle that, keep it moving.” (And plenty of dates can handle it: “One ofthe top things singles say they are looking for is the ability to learn from a partner,” says Laurie Davis Edwards, founder of the online dating-coaching service e Flirt.
“Breast cancer survivors offer a unique understanding of the value of life—and love.”) The women you’re about to meet— Jenny, Kristina, and Nicole—are proof.