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You Should Know Twitter: youshouldknowca says: June 15, 2010 at 6:17 pm Scared to date someone with cancer? Kat Wilder calls her friend on it http://bit.ly/cZgiDe Totally great. http://bit.ly/c9hpFo

Don says:

June 18, 2010 at 6:25 am Kat, you wrote, “Finding someone who is open to other ways of intimacy is the challenge, I imagine. Although there are so many older women with no interest in sex, maybe it isn’t so tough!”

In my mind, sex is much more than just the act of physical intercourse. Even back in the days when I was still “potent” I considered both foreplay and after-play (or just “pillow talk”) before and after the main event important and enjoyable components of “SEX”. In fact, at times they were more enjoyable than intercourse. They could last longer and frequently lead to more intercourse.

There’s nothing better than spending a long weekend just enjoying all that sex has to offer, is there?

The Risks of Relationships | YouShouldKnow?.ca Twitter: youshouldknowca says: June 21, 2010 at 9:06 am [...] Wilder posted a blog last week about dating someone with cancer and I was nodding along with her as I read it. She challenges her friend (and the rest of us) to [...]

Allison says:

June 22, 2010 at 9:28 am Well…we’re all headed for that ending, right? Life is uncertain and love is hard to find. If I felt strongly about someone then I hope it wouldn’t stop me.

Kat Wilder

Twitter: KatWilder? says: June 23, 2010 at 9:08 am Allison — Yep, we’ve been heading for that ending since we were born. It is hard, though, to have that reality truly present in our life. We’re so afraid of death and dying, that we’re in denial.

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Twitter: singlemomseekin says: June 26, 2010 at 11:57 am Thank you for writing such an honest post Kat.

Because I’m fortunate enough to know Depot Dad in person, I know what an incredibly real, loving, brave, genuine man he is. He’s such a catch. Single Mom Seeking´s last blog ..When you’re dating a guy without kidsMy ComLuv? Profile

Deryk says:

August 1, 2010 at 10:38 am Well, his post looks dead, but I will give it a shot to see if anyone responds. I have just expressed interest in a young woman who has cancer. I have watched her for about 6 months now and knew all along her situation. I fought it for a long time, not due to the cancer, but our age difference and I am pretty close to being divorced. We have decided to “talk” and get to know one another at this point. Since her diagnosis, she hasn’t dated and felt that no one would want her. I am that someone who sees that she is not her disease and would be loyal until the end, however that may turn out. Who knows, we could be in rocking chairs at 80 still holding hands. The end may come sooner, but my feeling is why should she be deprived of love and a chance to share her life. Cancer should not be allowed to rob her of that. I can see why some would be afraid, as I saw the disease take my mother in 2004. My mother had my father there until her last breath and that was comforting to her. So, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Once I am committed to something, I stick it out. I wouldn’t be getting divorced now if it wasn’t thoroughly shoved down my throat. My thing is, I want to how to best serve her and be of assistance during her time of need. She has her parents who are caring for her on a daily basis, so I don’t want to get in the way. Is there any advice you can give or something that you can relate to help me prepare myself?


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