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Old 02-10-2013, 08:32 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by WDWBarb View Post
It's hard not to judge people for dating soon after the loss of a spouse, but the examples I've seen in my life show that (most times), it's because they are so lost and devastated that they are desperate for companionship. It's not a dishonor (most times) to the departed spouse but speaks more to the love they had together. The surviving partner wants to 'recreate' it as soon as possible. Of course, they don't have the same relationship as they once enjoyed, but it's something else that comes from a mutual need. I have no doubt the DH would remarry if I was gone and I hope he does. The thought of him being alone the rest of his life makes me sad. And it wouldn't mean he didn't love me - it would mean that he needed help getting through life without me.
That is very insightful!

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