Julianna channelPosted on 2019 October
Snowflake details followed by a TL;DR of actual questions: My incredible, irreplaceable, beloved mother passed away unexpectedly at the age of 60 about three and a half months ago. He wanted me to be happy and to find someone…albeit not too soon, he had joked! He's visiting again in a month and, surprise, he's spending one night with me and several with her.
At these times, it is up to you to reassure them that as your children, they will always remain your number one priority. And it can be quite terrifying because you don't know how, you know, other people that you're going to be dating are going to accept what you've experienced, and what they might say that's insensitive. Only you can decide when is the right time, and testing the water could be the only way of finding out. So there are a lot of young women who've lost - and, you know, men, too - who've lost spouses who are still young and in the - kind of the prime of their lives - prime dating years and forming new family years. Anecdotes are so very welcome.