Sex and "the big C". Ok, so you won't find Carrie Bradshaw and her girls lurking here, or a dating service, but you will find a safe, respectful space for cancer survivors navigating the waters of sexual health including: intimacy, dating, marriage, and yes…sex! For many people, sexuality is a personal subject that can be hard to talk about openly. But talking openly and honestly about sex offers you the best chance of coping with any sexual changes that cancer treatment brings. You or your partner may even think that sex shouldn’t matter that much right now. It’s true that some people don’t think about sex while they fight cancer. But it’s important to note that sex and all the love and caring that go with it – the connection to another person – can be life-affirming.
on Apr 6 at 10:48am EDT2 RepliesLianne_adminCCS Thanks for the response.
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on Apr 5 at 3:33pm EDT2 RepliesThank you for continuing this discussion WesT . Not always easy to talk about but so important.
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