Dating after facial cancer

Started by Allicat, August 23, 2017
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Allicat

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August 23, 2017
I am 50 years old and was diagnosed with Accinic Cell Carcinoma of the Parotid Glan three years ago. After two surgeries and radiation I have a very visible scar running from my ear to the underside of my jaw, my face is decidedly lopsided and because there was nerve involvement I look like I have had a stroke. I am so glad to be alive as the initial prognosis was very bad. I am single and would love to find someone to share my gifted life with but I am scared my face will turn men off before they even get to know me. I feel so embarrassed that I am even being this shallow, I have always said it's what's inside that counts but we are visual creatures. You can hide scars on your body, but your face is right there for all to see, unless you do a SIA. Is there anyone out there who has gone through the same thing
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neatmeat

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October 13, 2017
I have never been there. But I just want to let you know that it\'s ok to find someone who could be with you. If in case you may not find a partner, remember that you can s but maybe you can still find happiness with friends and family.
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bhavin

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November 02, 2017
I can totally relate to you. 5 years ago pitbull severely bit me, leaving terrible mess instead of my face. Since then I haven't seen a single normal look at me. I was feeling like some animal whom people was afraid of. So I focused on my work. And after years I get used to my new appearance and find a partner on this site with [url=https://mymagicbrides.com/blog/women-seeking-men/]women seeking men[/url]. We don't have any sexual relationships but she cares about me and is my deep friend. So don't fell into despair if look and search long enough you'll find what you need.
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bhavin

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November 02, 2017
women seeking men.
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bhavin

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November 02, 2017
Sorry, the link was broken.
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Spenlowren

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December 24, 2018
You will never be ready to start after an injure, until you actually get into it. Beleieve me, you're not the one. I was diagnosed with severe form of psoriasis a year ago, got painful treatments, shed a lot of tears and thought it will never end. But it did as soon as I found an appropriate medicine that hid the visible aftermath of my desease. The hardest part is over now, though I have to recover completely. You shouldn't give up. Try online communicating first, if you're too unready to date tet-a-tet. https://meetville.com/ is a good one. You're amasing, don't forget it.
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