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The idea for the website comes from Brashier's own personal frustrations.

The 50-year-old hairstylist, who lives in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatments after being diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer when she was 37.

A cancer diagnosis can shake people’s self-confidence, making them feel betrayed by their body or as if they don’t have as much control over their future as they once did, Ms. This loss of confidence can make it harder to pursue a relationship.

Start to rebuild your confidence by reminding yourself what you have to offer a potential partner and the traits you value most about yourself.

Dating and finding the one and only person meant for you--your soul mate--isn't an easy feat for anyone, and a cancer diagnosis most likely won't make things any easier.

And while numerous online dating services have popped up over the last decade, one sticks out above the rest when you're talking cancer.

But that doesn't lessen the human need for love and romance.Enter 2date4love, a new website created by Laura Brashier, a 50-year-old cervical cancer survivor. The website is aimed toward people who cannot have sex, either due to disability, or caused by disease.For example, certain cancer treatments leave patients unable to have sex.And that's what inspired her to start the website, the 2date4love is a dating site that enables people who cannot engage in sexual intercourse to meet and experience love, companionship and intimacy at its deepest level. "It's about finding someone to share your sacred space with, to have someone in your life where it's you against the world." Problems with intimacy after cancer are very common, gynecological oncologist Dr.At 2date4love, we encourage people with this shared commonality to be open to the possibility of finding love and happiness. Ilana Cass, of the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute in Los Angeles, told ABC News.doesn't seem like guys my age can handle the idea of cancer (even though I think I do a pretty good job of keeping the burden low! I also looked at the c is for cupid site but they didn't even have an option for DC... It sucked not having anyone anywhere close to my age when I was in treatment. Explaining how she came up with the concept for her site, the 50-year-old told how it had been difficult to broach the subject of sex with boyfriends, and when she looked for others in her situation online, no support websites existed."Until I found Cancer Dating Service, I was unusually shy about dating.Ya, cancer can have that effect :) But a few days in, I received a message from a man who was caring, nice, & so funny.I can't believe I'm saying this, but 6 months later, I am engaged! However, I have a tough time relating to nonsurvivors in a dating situation. I wish everyone the best of luck, we all deserve to be happy and loved with or without our cancer.