I just wondered how you're supposed to know when its right to start going out and meeting other poeple. It will be a year in July since he died - I have been asked out for dinner a few times but dont feel I am ready yet. But I am lonely in the evenings when my daughter is asleep, and the long summer evenings are harder to get through than Christmas... People keep teling me I am young and that I will move on eventually, but his family will find it hard I am sure. There doesn't seem to be a rule book or a right or wrong way but I cant judge it for myself at all.
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