We Cancers are pretty complicated. We're those ride-or-die people. We either love you or hate you; there's simply no in-between with us. What is it like to date a Cancer? It's one hell of a ride.
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Most of us know someone who is living or has lived with cancer. And likewise, many have thought about what it would really be like to have cancer themselves. As those who have lived a while are well aware, what we think we will feel before something happens, and how we feel after it occurs, are often very different. Yet, having some idea what it's like can help you be the best supportive friend possible for someone with cancer. Those who live with cancer are real people with real lives that reach far beyond cancer. Most of us do not want to be defined by our cancer.
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In Bustle's Braving BRCA column, writer Sara Altschule shares what it is like to date after having a double mastectomy to reduce her genetic risk of breast cancer. Life after having my prophylactic double mastectomy — a surgery to remove my breast tissue to decrease my risk of developing cancer — in September has definitely had its ups and downs. There are a lot of things I prepared to deal with after my surgery, like how I was going to physically recover, how I would handle it mentally, and how I could put my life back in order. Dating is hard enough when you haven't just gotten major surgery. But when you add on this whole BRCA positive situation — aka, my gene that suppresses breast and ovarian cancer has a mutation , which leaves me more likely to contract these diseases — it can complicate things even more.
She's vulnerable but guarded, moody but dependable, and terrified of change but extremely adaptable. She has layers. She is the type of woman you hope to marry.