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New Marriage After Death Of Spouse-There Is No Time Table
 

New Marriage After Death Of Spouse-There Is No Time Table

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You really cannot put a time table on grieving so it really is up to you and how you feel about starting a new marriage after death of spouse. You are the only one who can decide when to start seeing ...

You really cannot put a time table on grieving so it really is up to you and how you feel about starting a new marriage after death of spouse. You are the only one who can decide when to start seeing someone new and possibly starting a new relationship that may even lead to marriage.

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      You really cannot put a time table on grieving so it really is up to you and how you feel about starting a new marriage after death of spouse.
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      You are the only one who can decide when to start seeing someone new and possibly starting a new relationship that may even lead to marriage.
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      There some important things you should take into consideration before you take the plunge with new marriage after death of spouse.
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      You must sort out your feelings on the subject very carefully and decide if you are really ready to commit to someone new.
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      Believe it or not there is the very real possibility that you could come to resent the new spouse for trying to take the place of the first one.
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      They may not be but if your first marriage was good and your spouse died suddenly you will make comparisons.
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      This is not fair to your second spouse.
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      You need to be able to let the first spouse go completely.
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      Take a lot of time after the first spouse's death and learn to get over that relationship.
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      Talk to a professional and learn who you are all by yourself.
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      This will take some time to sort things out. Then you can start to think about re-entering the dating pool.
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      If your first spouse died while your children were still young then they will need to be taken into consideration, too, before you start dating.
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      You will have to find someone who is willing to take on the responsibility of helping you raise your children.
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      Your children will also need to be willing to let someone new into their lives and be willing to allow someone new the privilege of helping raise them, too.
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      The children should also be in grief counseling to deal with the death of their parent.
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      If the children are grown up, though, then they really do not have a say in the matter.
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      You can tell them about your plans but they should just mind their own business.
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      Other things that you should take into consideration are, where are you going to live?
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      Should you sell the house you shared with your first spouse? Will you have to go to work to help pay the bills?
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      Will your new spouse have to relocate for their job? Will the kids have to learn to make new friends at a new school if you do relocate?
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      Do not just make decisions and expect that your children will just go along with what you decide. They won't, they will fight you.
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      You have to keep them in the loop and let them be a part of the decision making process.
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      Let them feel like they are part of this new family, otherwise they will rebel and push everyone away.
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      One other thing to consider...new traditions will have to be made or meshed together so that everyone is happy in this new marriage after death of spouse.
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