Dating websites for terminally ill internet dating in the uk reviews
I brought up my illness, in case he felt uncomfortable.
However, I soon realised that, in the nicest possible way, Andy wasn’t interested in my condition, he just wanted to get to know me.
“I’m terminally ill and I’ll probably be dead in three years,” I typed.
“I’ll understand if you want to leave things here.” I figured this was it, he’d delete my number and go find a healthy girl.
But they said they’d never seen Andy so happy, and that was good enough for them.‘I know I’m lucky.
Anyone who thinks I’ve “settled” just to get married before I die is crazy.
So my question is how can I over come this feeling of not thinking anyone would want to fall in love with someone who knows their time is limited? Do I wait until we get started in a relationship before I tell her? Now mind you at this point in my life I have no one in line, I haven't been able to get out to try and date and meet a nice lady, but if I did, or do, how does one handle a situation like this? There isn't anything to write up except what you best think encapsulates who you are and what you are looking for. To someone seeking love, and love in its true meaning (IMO) you have to offer him or her what anyone else does. By letting go of your deep-seeded fear, for starters. I thought I was going to read the OP was dying Terminal Liver Disease, limited life expectancy of less then a couple years if no transplant. THAT SAID, I loved my husband and wouldn't trade my time with him for anything.Sitting in the consultant’s office the following week, my parents wept as I was given three years to live, but I just felt stunned.