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To my surprise, I found myself feeling attracted to him. This innocent exchange of glances made me uncomfortable, but only in a sense that I realized I was no longer a married woman but an available single one. First, I needed to be willing to discuss dating with people who I was close to. He said genuinely that he wanted me to be happy and that he knew Mark would want me to be happy too. I wasn’t sure what she would say and was shocked when she didn’t say anything. Second, I needed to know that I wouldn’t be dating to just fill a void. However I had met Mark online and thought it was a good place to start. It felt a little uncomfortable to be searching for a ‘new’ man after being with one man for ten years.He didn’t hesitate to give me his blessing to date whoever and whenever I wanted. I knew that the void that Mark’s death left in my life would never be filled the same way that Mark filled it. As I scanned through the results not many of the profiles interested me.I decided to trust that my body was telling me ‘it’s OK! When I was so wrapped up in the sadness of losing Mark, I had no space to let someone in. He and I met a month later and spent seven hours together on our first date.When my mother’s long-term boyfriend passed away, I was worried that she might be wary of taking another chance on romance.In fact, you may have idealized your relationship following the loss.Given this information, you must integrate the idea that it is possible to love your dead spouse and to enter into a fulfilling relationship with a new person.While you may be thinking "Craigslist Killer," your parent is an adult, and can make his or her own decisions, or mistakes.

In fact, many people feel confused, disappointed, and even angry when Mom or Dad steps back into the dating scene.

A few weeks after his death, I received a letter from my insurance company.

The letter said that when you lose a spouse it is normal to want to date, usually sooner rather than later.

Imagine how nerve-wracking and terrifying it must be to find yourself alone after many years of marriage, without a touchstone or witness to your life, all while mourning an immense loss, and try to have sympathy for your parent.

Your previously prudish mother who ran background checks on your high school boyfriend (and his parents) may decide it's a good idea to invite a man she met online to fly across the country and stay at her house for two weeks.

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