But what do you do if you're single and diagnosed with breast cancer?
However, it is important to feel comfortable and confident, regardless of where you are in your cancer experience.You may feel different about yourself and uncertain about your future or where a new relationship will fit into your life.If cancer has changed your appearance, it’s normal to be uncomfortable or self-conscious about it. That way you can become more relaxed in new social situations, with less pressure.Often, it can be difficult to adjust to the emotional and physical challenges that accompany a diagnosis. Regardless of whether you are currently receiving treatment or have entered the post-treatment phase, coping with your diagnosis may take time.It is important to remember that it’s normal to feel nervous about dating during or after cancer treatment. Adjusting to treatment side effects or the physical and emotional impact of a cancer diagnosis is a personal experience.When you’re ready to start looking for that special someone, these tips can help you navigate the somewhat murky etiquette of dating during and after cancer treatment. Only you know when you’re truly ready to rejoin the dating scene.