Next, something I know (and have stated repeatedly) about men – of all ages: We do what we want. Which means that even if many widowers throw themselves into new relationships because of their tremendous loneliness, THIS one seems to be functioning more like your basic super-successful middle-aged man. You can give him an extra-wide berth because he’s newly single, but be forewarned: a man who is newly single (and is keeping a little distance) is probably going to want to get a greater sampling of what’s available instead of diving right back into commitment.
If he were lonely and desperate to get married, I’d feel better about your chances, but he’s not.
If you think this is annoying I definitely understand but I would still encourage tact when you try to resolve this issue.
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Give him another month to try harder and if he fails, walk away.
He’ll probably let you go and resume his new life on I had a man write me from whose wife had passed 3 weeks earlier – they had a 38 year marriage – and she died from a recently diagnosed cancer!
I’ve had several readers write me they argued with the man they were dating to ask if I thought they had made the right choice.
I even had one reader who had gave the man a hard time the day after their first date when his profile was still up.
If this sounds like your situation, you’re not alone.
For the last few months this has been by far the question I’ve received most often from readers.
I want to be sure that I am getting my needs met and that I’m not just a “rebound” for him. Dear Karen, One thing I know about widowers, followed by two things I know about men.
Widowers are QUICK to rebound, to a point of being unseemly.
With that in mind I wanted to review one of the recent emails I’ve received from a reader and offer some additional advice for this problem.