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Older guys: Would you get involved with a widow?

Don Juanabbe

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Just wondering what your thoughts are on this, as I've recently met one, great gal, but you wonder whether she's really moved on with her life or not.

That plus you're almost competing with somone who can't really be competed with - I.e., generally when someone has passed on, people tend to remember all the good stuff rather than any bad stuff, so in essence, you are competing with a person of perfection.

Any thoughts?
 

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Doesn't it work the same with girls who have been dumped or divorced?

It's all in relation to the person.

It's unfair for her to compare someone to her dead husband... and she probably will not as time goes by.

Rule of thumb. It take's half the time you were with someone, to get over them in this situation.
 

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Check out the thread I posted a few weeks ago entitled "Her fiance died....."


There is probably some relevant advice in there.


Bottom line is, don't dismiss someone until you've spent time trying.
 
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