How to and start dating again
I haven't heard from him in the few days since (though wouldn't have expected to). I'm not having any more kids - couldn't do that to mine.)Also, I have no time! I never have any time (I work abroad 5/14 nights, single parent all but one of the days I'm home) yet funnily enough, when I found the right man, time seemed to appear I'm so sorry for your loss The right man I mentioned lost his wife to cancer 4 years ago - hence I noticed a thread with 'widowed' in the title. I think sometimes people realise slowly that they're ready for something (my boyfriend did) and other people get a huge nudge in that direction that helps them along unexpectedly. I would sort out in your own mind whether you would date anyone with the professional complication.
One weekend a month for me, which I usually spend in a B&B on the coast, reading and running.)And another also. Or would that look unprofessional, with this project? Could I in the meantime at least ask her if he's as nice as he seems? And that life is really busy - but you wondered if he wanted to meet for a drink?
Some people there had lost their second spouse, having been divorced from the first.
And they expressed how a divorce affected their confidence in a way that being widowed didn't.
(Though this is definitely shittier for the DC than if DH and I were divorced and they still spent half their time with him, which is probably why I feel guilt when doing anything for me that doesn't directly benefit them.)And I get what you mean - that the project could have created false intimacy. I think I would have been when we were just emailing, had I thought it through.
But meeting him the other night, it felt like when I first met DH.