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Hi, i feel the same way as you. I also lost my husband months ago. Im feeling lonely . My problem now is im attracted to a married co-woker whom i see everyday. And i start thinking of him every moment. My challenge now is how to stop this feeling. Wish I could.It is so hard for me and i feel guilty about it.

Now, let me answer your question. If he is single and you love him and he loves you then go for it. It is not easy to be alone. It's part of moving on.

Hi, i feel the same way as you. I also lost my husband months ago. Im feeling lonely . My problem now is im attracted to a married co-woker whom i see everyday. And i start thinking of him every moment. My challenge now is how to stop this feeling. Wish I could.It is so hard for me and i feel guilty about it.

Now, let me answer your question. If he is single and you love him and he loves you then go for it. It is not easy to be alone. It's part of moving on.

Hi, i feel the same way as you. I also lost my husband months ago. Im feeling lonely . My problem now is im attracted to a married co-woker whom i see everyday. And i start thinking of him every moment. My challenge now is how to stop this feeling. Wish I could.It is so hard for me and i feel guilty about it.

Now, let me answer your question. If he is single and you love him and he loves you then go for it. It is not easy to be alone. It's part of moving on.

Dear lost and lonely. Knowing when to move on is a personal decision. If you feel ready, then why not give it a go? However, if you spend time with the new guy talking about your husband, that's a sign you need more time to heal and aren't ready for a new relationship. If this happens, find more women friends to expand your world and enrich your life until you do feel ready to move on. For more dating tips, visit www.nevertoolate.biz/gift

I met a widower 6 weeks after his wife of 39 years passed away after a 2 year illness. I was hesitant to get involved because I didn't think he could possibly be ready for a new healthy committed relationship so soon. It is now 3 years later and we have been together ever since. He was ready to move on and had been grieving during her illness. Be careful not to get into a serious relationship if you are still grieving. Of course you are lonely, but give yourself time to heal and create a satisfying life on your own. That being said, it is normal to want to find a new love. No one can answer this but you. There is no harm in going on a few dates and seeing how it feels. There is no hurry to move into something serious. Just stay present and enjoy the journey.

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