Terminally ill dating
Unlike other dating sites, has no lengthy questionnaires, no picky laundry list of likes and dislikes.Its aim is to connect individuals who, as the site says, choose to "embrace issues [they] think are most meaningful--the desire and need for understanding, compassion, empathy, and comfort between human beings facing their greatest challenge." The site officially launches tomorrow on Valentine’s Day.In her essay, Rosenthal described her illness and her nearly three decades-long marriage.It didn't take long for the essay to go viral online.'If you're looking for a dreamy, let's-go-for-it travel companion, Jason is your man,' Rosenthal pitched.‘Heading to meet him at a pub, I was still sceptical.I brought up my illness, in case he felt uncomfortable.
Plus, while I’d had a four-year relationship in the past, we weren’t right for each other.
I was rushed to hospital, and they found a rare, inoperable tumour.
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.
Dying people didn’t date, so part of me did feel guilty as I replied, but just being “normal” again was so lovely that I couldn’t help myself.‘Soon we were talking constantly, but when he texted to suggest meeting up, I felt scared.
“I’m terminally ill and I’ll probably be dead in three years,” I typed.