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After Marathon Girl and I started dating regularly and spending nearly every day with each other after work at her apartment or my house, it took us nearly a month before we had our first kiss.
We took things slow because we both understood the physical and emotional issues that losing my first wife brought to the relationship and wanted to make sure we were becoming involved with each other for the right reasons.
Fortunately for both of us, we never become physically involved with each other.
Over the last month I've received a dozen emails from women dating widowers that could have been carbon copies of each other.
Their stories go something like this: I fell in love with a widower and things were going great until out of the blue he ended the relationship.
Do you find your relationships tend to stay on the surface?
If the thought of intimately connecting with a partner makes you uncomfortable, it’s time to find out why.
To save a lot of heartache and hurt feelings for widowers and those who are dating them, take things slow. Widowers comes with a unique set of challenges but it can also be very rewarding if the time is taken to make sure both partners are excising the caution needed to make sure the relationship is being built on a strong, secure foundation. Subscribe to Abel's e-mail updates and be the first to learn about upcoming books, essays, and appearances.