Those feelings of loneliness and feelings of isolation when you’re life partner has passed away can be an extremely alienating experience. When you want to share magic moments or anxious thoughts, but have lost your soul mate, it can be difficult to come to terms with what seems to be a solitary path for the future.
Shyness can play a big part in this or feelings of being unworthy. Assuming everyone else’s life is more interesting and substantial than your own, however, is a mistake. Ask any other widow or widower and they will very likely relate to these sentiments – especially in the early stages of widowhood.
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Finding love again after losing a partner is a sensitive issue. Only you will truly know if and when you’re ready to date again. If you’ve enjoyed a happy and fulfilling marriage, it can be easy to compare your previous partner with someone new.
This being the case, it’s important to accept that this is an experience to be enjoyed without any feelings of guilt. Over time, dating can open up your life to new pathways you may have never considered.
For those who have experienced a warm and loving relationship, it may well be that you haven’t always shared your feelings with others, because you had a partner to listen and care. This sentiment alone should prompt you to consider finding companionship outside of your home. If your late partner listened and cared then surely others will want to do so, as well.
Seeking out other widows and widowers is a good starting point and at Widowsorwidowers.com we endeavour to put you in touch with others in your area also seeking companionship. Signing up is straightforward. It takes only a few brief steps to put you on your way to finding companionship with other widows and widowers in the UK also keen to make friends.