Widow and dating
Often the person is immortalized through online memorial sites, photos, or even literal shrines to that person.If a widower is truly making room in his heart for you, the shrines, photographs, and other ways of commemorating the dead will slowly disappear. If the shrines remain, it’s time to find someone else who doesn't mete out his love to dead idols.The danger here is that he’ll want you to be the late wife and once he realizes you can’t be the woman he still loves, the relationship will come to a crashing end.He Constantly Compares You to His Late Wife People are creatures of habit.He’s probably worried that they’ll think he’s moving on too fast or, perhaps, won’t be open to the idea of seeing him with someone else.He might also be concerned that this new relationship will cause friction with other family and friends who are still mourning.
He Refuses to Talk About His Grief It’s not a secret that men don’t like talking about their feelings.One of the big adjustments widowers have to make when they become serious with another woman is realizing that you come with your own unique habits and ways of doing things.Widowers who can’t remember that you’re a different person are a ticking time bomb.There Are Still Visible Shrines to the Late Wife When a wife dies, she becomes immortalized.It doesn't matter how many faults or sins she committed before she died; overnight those things are forgotten and those behind tend to focus on the good qualities and characteristic of the deceased.
Unless you’re willing to become the late wife and do things exactly like she did them, don’t waste your time.