Dating a widower with a young child
It is reminiscent of a kid who is trying to like broccoli.If this advice sounds negative, it is only meant to provide women with a jolt of realism, and to provide widowers with an eye-opener.Make an effort to understand the relationship your man has with his grown children.Get to know more about the kids, such as whether they are in college, live at home with him, have kids of their own, if he gets together with them every Sunday and any other information you feel would be important to learn.
The circumstances may allow the two of you a lot of alone time to date and travel, or he may be constantly bogged down with parental duties and ex-wife encounters.Some may not have ever dated another woman, because they married the first woman they ever met.A lot of older widowers have grown children; in fact, many may even be grandfathers. Widowers often need a woman’s touch around the house.Some widowers get married very quickly after their loss. Then there are those who wait, and wait, and wait some more, unable to commit. Realistically, it takes special effort by both parties to develop a bond after a spouse has died. She must get some answers and then make an intelligent decision to wait or leave.Some men get used to being alone, even though they say they don’t want to be by themselves. It’s not like buying a car and knowing you can trade it in a year or 2 later if it isn’t what you want; this one is for life.