You will always be able to count on your Cancer love.
Cathy Bueti, a new cancer friend of mine (we met in person for the first time at the OMG conference last night!
When Cathy was in her 20s, her husband (and high school sweetheart) was killed in a car accident.
A few years later she was diagnosed with breast cancer and endured a mastectomy, hard-core chemo, hair loss and major reconstructive surgeries. Well, despite all the horrors she has faced, all the grief she has survived, Cathy continued to pick herself up and put herself out there.
However, early on, it’s your decision about when to share and what you want to share. Whether you are seeking a romantic partner or friend, it starts with being open and making some efforts also.
If you wish to date someone or if you’ve just started a new relationship, you may be afraid to mention your cancer diagnosis. For example, if you have experienced hair loss or have scars and other physical signs of treatment, you may feel self-conscious about how you look. No other astrological sign has a greater capacity for caring and unconditional love. Cancers are intuitive and sensitive to the motivations of others. Cancers will go out of their way to help someone in need. ) has just written a memoir Breastless in the City.Yup, it chronicles her experience with breast cancer, but it's about so much more than that.