Immediately after the death of a spouse, there are so many issues a person has to deal with. It's difficult to consider everyday life without the person. Paperwork and arrangements for the funeral and other related events like post-funeral receptions take up most of your time for days or even weeks. However, after the funeral is over, you've sent thank you notes to those who have been the most supportive, and things start to settle down, there are some things you'll need to consider and decisions you'll have to make.
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Losing people we love is always difficult, and no one wants to experience it in their life. Unfortunately, we are not protected from it, and real life interferes when we do not expect it at all. Dating a widower seems to be impossible and it looks like you do not want your life to continue. Eventually, everyone comes to the point when they should consider starting a relationship again because we live only once.
When your boyfriend is a widower, the usual dating rules don't apply
Dating someone who has been married before and has created a life with someone else before you, is not easy and there are many struggles and challenges that you will face. Thinking very carefully before entering into this relationship is of vital importance, especially if you have not been married before, or if you have had no children of your own, as you might not get the chance to be married or he might not want to have any more children. A widower has made a life with someone else and he has been through a wedding, in-laws and has created a family already, so before you start to get serious you need to discuss a future and what you would like before you or he can fully commit. A widower is even more of a challenge as with everything in life, time is the only thing that can heel wounds.