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I could be myself, tears and all – and he understood every bit of it. Being able to identify with someone through an intelligent, funny, and adult conversation is the sexiest thing close to sex itself. There is nothing wrong with enjoying the company of a youthful man.

Tip 8: If he’s younger, don’t show him your Senior Discount card (or let him know you have one) 🙂Let’s face it, you may have a Medical, Prescription, or even a rental discount card in your wallet.He’s already familiar with the unwanted journey so if you cry for your husband, he can relate.If you leave up his pictures, more than likely, he does too. Keep in mind that widowers are human too and although he may not be THAT guy, at least you gave it a chance. But heck, I was upset when I was dating non-widowers, like the one who used me like a rubber band to the point where he introduced me to his married client who I befriended, only to find out he was having an affair with her (and the list goes on).You’ve grieved long enough and cried enough tears to age yourself twenty years.You may be in your tenth year of widowhood or second year, yet you feel you’re ready to date.You miss him dearly but you desire a husband, a mate, your .

It’s been too long without a date and you’re getting older.

Here are a few tips to get you moving in the right direction.

Never empty your glass – You might be shaking like a leaf and nothing would settle your nerves more than to knock back the glass of wine on your table, but trust me, it’s not worth it.

If it doesn’t work, don’t be dismayed; it just wasn’t a match. He understood my cries, he understood my pain and he got me through very hard days. Maybe, maybe not, but I felt very comfortable around him. Before he died, he wanted me to remarry; he didn’t want me to live life alone without a partner. Besides, I have a future podcast with a widow who married a widower so I’m excited to hear her love story. You’re grown and you’re not getting any younger…find a dog sitter, tell your ‘still-living-at-home’ adult children to find another place to mooch off of for the evening. Instead of allowing yourself to settle, allow yourself to grow in learning new things.

We were the ‘cute couple’ to some, but I enjoyed my independence too much. I sure would …when I can come out of my selfish desires of enjoying company by myself, when I can finally admit to myself that I’m ready for a long-term relationship and more importantly, when I can stop giving excuses of running away because of the overall feelings of guilt of selecting someone other than my husband. I’ve dated many non-widowers but to be honest, I’ve never had so much fun with the only widower that was interested in me. Actually, I’ve been through it all and to be honest, the only one who made me truly smile, was-a-widower :-). Don’t settle for a man who doesn’t do anything for your mind or spirit. If he’s old enough to purchase wine, he’s an adult.

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