I will understand but I wanted to post my experience in the hopes that it may help someone.
I know some of you are new in your grief and could never imagine dating someone, but at some point, you might consider it.
Depending upon your circumstances, i.e., how long you have been a widow/widower, how long your loved one was sick, etc., it might be a long time since you were last intimate with anyone.
In my case, the cancer had spread to my husband's bones and in the end, I couldn't hold him or even touch him without causing him pain. He was sick for a long time and I was sick, too, so it had been a very long time since I had been held by a man or been intimate.
A few months ago I met someone and we became intimate and I thought I had found the Holy Grail. I realize now that was not the case but it had been so long and I missed that kind of contact with a man so much that I built it up in my head to be much, much more than it really was.
The relationship has ended..............we really weren't meant for each other but I was blinded to that fact for several months. I am sure I am not the first widow to have done this, nor will I be the last.
Hi all,I might not have time to visit tomorrow since I am having my son and his family and my sister an niece over for dinner at 3 so wanted to do this todayHappy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!I wish you all a Blessed peaceful day with family!!Hugs, Jean
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