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” “You should write a column about reentering the dating world,” one of them says. I am a widow, and almost every [time] I get into a conversation with a man, I get asked the question, why haven’t I found someone yet?It’s because living life as a divorced dad initially feels like a black mark on your life. I had a fun time and my reporter skills of asking questions came in handy. Being a divorced dad is actually working to my advantage. I’m beginning to feel emotions I haven’t felt in a long time.

It’s painfully obvious to everyone, yet everyone awkwardly tries to avoid bringing it up. There are times when I’ve been surrounded by people and still felt so lonely I thought I would die. I was wondering if you wanted to do something….sometime.

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They might worry that they will always be compared unfavorably to your departed spouse.

So I think you were very wise to take time to grieve, and to explain that you have done so to the men you date.

Ask God for light and understanding in your discerning process.

He wants you to be happy and wants you to bring your difficulties to Him.

That being said, though, there are some signs you can look for to help you understand if you might be ready to try dating again, or if you do need more time.

I’m no counselor or expert in the psychology of loss, but I know from friends who’ve experienced such things that the grief we go through after the death of a loved one does tend to follow a certain process, often not too different from the way a psychology textbook might outline it.

And know that by asking the question of whether or not you’re ready to move on, you’re already showing wisdom and are headed in the right direction to find happiness again.

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