With summer having drawn to a close and the prospect of winter on the horizon, it’s easy to find yourself hitting a low spot. However, in between summer and winter comes autumn; a time to enjoy the seasonal colour and a gradual transition into our boots and winter sweaters.
Author: Annie Hunte
Losing a life partner is particularly hard because you have most likely lost a partnership borne of both friendship and romance. The love you shared would have reflected on your relationship and brought you together throughout good times and bad.
World Suicide Prevention Day is observed on 10th September each year, to help raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention.
In our interview with DatingNews.com, we talked about our extensive Dating Advice section. Here, we offer answers to questions that are typically asked by widows and widowers as they venture back into the world of dating and beyond.
If your partner dies, this is not something you’re likely to come to terms with quickly. Confronting grief when you lose a partner is a unique experience, and no one can tell you how to deal with it.
June 23rd is International Widows Day, a day which seeks to raise awareness of the plight of the estimated 258 million widows throughout the world, almost one in ten of whom live in extreme poverty and deprivation.
Connecting with other singles following the loss of a partner is a huge step and under the current circumstances, the prospect of dating again will seem all the more challenging.
Coming to terms with the heartache of losing someone you love and facing up to the future, is something that can only happen when you’re completely ready.
As we find ourselves spending more time than usual at home, we may be considering the possibility of online dating. This could be the perfect opportunity to create a dating profile that puts us in touch with others who are also finding themselves with extra time on their hands and missing the company of colleagues, friends and family.
Finding yourself widowed and perhaps living on your own for the first time in a long while and getting used to a new way of life without your late partner, will be hard. Then, suddenly being unable to socialise with friends and family because of the current situation, means there is the potential for the grieving process to become all the more difficult.