In an effort to save everyone the trouble (not to mention the awkward moments when I bust you peering through my kitchen window at the back of my house), I’ve decided to put it all out there for everyone to see. I do know, however, that the gossips will gossip and that while I am a grown woman who answers only to me, it is sometimes less work to be blunt.
Or better yet, they sit in the comfort of their own home, surf the web, and hunt you through your status updates and Facebook photos you get tagged in. Yes, that was us in the Dominican, frolicking on the beach. While I’d like to believe the best in everyone, that they are merely looking out for me, I am not so naive.
Widowhood is a frightening prospect for any woman, but becoming a widow in one's forties, thirties, or twenties can be terrifying.
Widows Wear Stilettos deals sensitively with the many problems and questions facing the young widow: depression and grief, helping children cope, facing in-laws, and returning to work.
I have been seeing a widower who lost his wife 9 months ago. Which from the stories i hear weren't perfect. Don't bother dating widowers..because they will hurt you, but because your self-serving attitude will only hurt THEM. You may be the only man in her life, although you will have to deal with having to share her heart with someone else a little bit more than usually - and were you being tender matters a little bit more than usually. I'm glad I've found this site and this specific thread. Having been a widow for some time I can assure you that getting over the death of a spouse is something that will NEVEppen.