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He has never said he cares for me, but he always acts like we are “together.” He is so wonderful to me.
I’m really falling in love with him but don’t want to scare him away.
I don’t want to waste time or have my heart broken.
My concern is that he will never commit because I am the first woman he’s dated since the loss of his wife.
But this is the norm for widowers –for one of two reasons: either the marriage itself wasn’t that healthy and he was immediately ready to move on, OR, like men of a certain age, he put everything had into his marriage and nothing into any other relationships. As such, you are presumably the first woman he’s been with for many years.
So when a woman survives her husband, she’s got a circle of friends from the neighborhood, from work, from her card game, from her book club, from her salsa classes. Regardless, he dictates the terms of the relationship based on HIS needs and schedule. To his credit, he’s taking things slow, to avoid diving into another serious relationship that he may end up regretting.
First, kudos to you for taking the time to focus on yourself for the first two years post-divorce. I did the same, and it has improved the quality of my life exponentially.
In terms of widowers, each one must be looked at as an individual case.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!My question is this – does this apply to widowers as well or is it fair to give him a little more time and just get busy with other things so I don’t put pressure on him?