Learn more about how men and women can cope with changes to their sexual health during and after treatment.
Communication is important for healthy sexuality in any relationship.
If you are courageous enough to begin a relationship with a Cancer, there are certain things you have to expect. Bring your sympathy to the table, and you're okay in our books. Mess with anyone we consider family, and you're on our bad list.
Some may call this micromanaging, but we refer to it as success. But don't be threatened by our ambition; you have to let us do our thing. If we feel betrayed, disappointed or upset, we literally shut down. At the end of the day, we are aching for compassion and understanding from others.
You may think it’s too personal to share immediately.
Or you may fear it could deter a potential partner.
When we do commit, our loyalty is stronger than anything. Break your loyalty to a Cancer, and you'll regret it for the rest of your life.
Single adults may experience physical and emotional changes during and after treatment. Concerns about dating and sexual intimacy after cancer treatment are common.
Consider discussing these topics: Learn more about talking with a partner. Sure, we may let our moods swing from time to time, but our dependability is consistent.