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How widows can find happiness in love after a spouse passes away
For a widow or widower, the thought of dating again after losing your partner will need plenty of consideration. Having intimately shared your life with someone, and with possible plans made for the future, the prospect of finding someone else to share your life with, can feel strange and unsettling. Immediately following bereavement, you and your family have to make adjustments. This can be a challenging time for a widow or widower and coming to terms with this new life state can be hard. They say it takes two years to experience any kind of recovery from the loss of a spouse.
Immediately after the death of a spouse, there are so many issues a person has to deal with. It's difficult to consider everyday life without the person. Paperwork and arrangements for the funeral and other related events like post-funeral receptions take up most of your time for days or even weeks.