Dating tips for widows
A person might expect mixed levels of acceptance/rejection from different people in the family.
These mixed levels of acceptance and rejection are things you can talk about and reassure everyone of your intentions and non-intentions.
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).
If you are dating or planning to marry a widow or widower, here are some suggestions and thoughts to consider.
LEARN ALL ABOUT GRIEF Do some research about grief, read books and talk to others in similar situations.
Maybe they're new to the dating scene and are nervous; maybe they've just come off the back of a long-term relationship; maybe they're grieving for a loved one and are struggling to come to terms with their loss.
For someone who has been recently widowed, there's a good chance that all three of the above scenarios are true.