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Red flags when dating a widower

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Fast forward through many red flags and the many times when she dumped me but always came back telling me that she loved only me and I was the only one. She still wears a anniversary ring on her had that he gave her, she still has his pictures up, including one in her room.

Did I mention I am only a man and she was very sexy? I must say thought she did take down three other that were there and stopped wearing their wedding rings on a chain around her neck. I can count the times I spent over night at her house on my fingers, I did spend a lot of late nights there, but, I never felt comfortable enough to actually spend a lot if time with her at her house. Really - you could have suggested that you two remodel another bedroom. Move all the pics into one room - maybe the old bedroom.

And so you might say Steven left me for greener pastures. It’s just that starting over at the age of 48 was a really tough row to hoe for me.

I'm starting to realize I'm in over my head. I mean I helped her with the yard work and just about everything else including her kids. She did spend the night at my house a lot, with her kids. Three years is just about right for a woman to give herself permission to move on.

It was kinda like a family feeling, I didn't mind it at all.

Red flag #1 first date she told me she was a widow I asked about him and she cried. Just hang in there and give her time to heal and just listen to her.

ok that's what I did, and I also fell in love with her.

Somehow over the years, I’ve lost a bit of that sense of innocence and trusting that had come so naturally when I was young.

I attribute that loss to life throwing me more than my fair share of curve balls over the last decade.

And my answer may surprise you: widowers are some of they best, most eligible, grownup men out there. Well, for starters, a man who had a good, long marriage can be a great catch! But they developed great communication and worked through them. You don’t know the situation – maybe she was sick a long time which often means he’s ready to start new…learn his story, don’t make assumptions. I can’t even imagine the agony of living through that at any time of one’s life; certainly any time before, say, our 80s.

One of the most important things I help women with is becoming good pickers – you know, being able to spot the gems even when they’re not the obvious, shiny ones. He probably knows how to love, communicate, commit, work through problems and misses being married. I dated several widowers in my single decades and had an extended relationship with one.

Such was the case for Spanish Fork residents Randy and Melanee Bronson, who in 2007 each lost their first spouse to pancreatic cancer.

Randy's late wife Gayle and Melanee were roommates at BYU.