Dating someone who is terminally ill
"I really just wanted to protect Nathan from the horrible mental drain that I foresaw him having.
Cancer is really draining at the best of times.“We’d only been going out for a few months and I said, if you need to bail on this, that’s totally fine.”Nathan didn’t do a runner.
it's a joke, but the creator is all about a sense of humor, quoting Robert Anton Wilson on the front page: "Please pardon my levity, I don't see how to take death seriously.
It seems absurd." From the press release: is profoundly different from other dating sites.
Having spent a good portion of the last 10 years in a Las Vegas hospital bed, Pierce didn’t even want to entertain the thought of dating. He never backed out.“I never thought someone would marry me with my conditions,” 26-year-old Pierce recently wrote in a Facebook status. Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis—chronic inflammatory conditions that affect the gastrointestinal and digestive tracts and include complications ranging from abdominal cramps to malnutrition.
We are not interested, as we are sure our clients are not either, in the inane, trivial and essentially meaningless come-ons and delusional fantasies of finding the perfect mate.We assume our members don't care if someone's eyes are blue or green, whether they wear glasses or not.According to Marketing Director Joseph Di Angelo, "This site is designed to cut through the superficiality and embrace issues we think are most meaningful -- the desire and need for understanding, compassion, empathy and comfort between human beings facing their greatest challenge..." Disclaimer: Worldly hang-ups don't belong here.Reluctantly trawling through matches, I swiped right on Andy’s face.When he messaged me just minutes later, I felt a flush of excitement, then remembered it couldn’t go anywhere.