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Dealing dating widower

One of his two adult married children has fully accepted me, as have all his friends and other family members, which include the entire family of his late wife.

They have all accepted me and have told my partner how happy they are for us.

Their mom passed 15 months ago and I am dating the father 7 months.

I’m willing to wait…I’m afraid that they will never be ready….I may be wasting my time.

What is meant when an adult child steadfastly maintains, “I am not ready” to meet your new love?

The idea of dating and falling in love again seems like an impossible mountain to climb.

It also contains over a dozen real life stories from women who have gone down the same road you’re traveling. I found this book valuable because it made me think about dating from a woman's perspective.

It’s the perfect book to help you decide if the man you’re seeing is ready for a new relationship—and whether or not dating a widower is right for you. I imagine I have a number of red flags around my house.

I agree with his discussion on loneliness and intimacy.

Women (and widowers) need to be upfront with what their goals are in the relationship.

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Then this from Marianne: I have been seeing a widower for 2 years now.

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