Cancer dating survivor

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The couple have now been dating for 15 months and have talked about her cancer and her new attitude to life.

Deciding not to have reconstructive surgery, Jo explained that she did not want to risk having any more operations unless they were completely necessary.“My book tackles the question of when is the right time to tell someone you've had a mastectomy, or whatever cancer treatment you've had," said Jo.

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Everyone was judging each other based on looks alone."“So, as a single mum with one boob, I made a stand and swiped right for everyone, regardless of their looks," Jo continued.“I'm not judgmental and all I was really looking for was someone who looked kind."Fortunately, after a year of looking, she found her “special someone" in tree surgeon Lewis Teanby, 24, a friend of a friend who lived locally and she had seen around, but who was also on Tinder – where she spotted his profile and swiped right.

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Even when Krista asked how he could send such a thoughtless message he proclaimed he ‘makes his own rules’.

‘When I read the message my first reaction was anger,’ she said.

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