Dating again in your forties
Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market.Grief is heightened over holiday seasons and celebrations because of the memories and the family traditions.Your memories of the past magnify your loss, and make your husband’s death all the more real and painful.Don’t compare this new stage of life with the nostalgia of past holidays and events.After your husband dies, you may feel that nothing matters and nothing makes life worthwhile.We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism.Learning that you are not alone is one of the most comforting ways to start over as a widow in your 60s.
But, if you want to start over and be a happy, fulfilled woman in your 60s, you need to figure what will make the rest of your life the best of your life.“I had to ask myself what makes life meaningful after the death of my little boy and the impending demise of my daughter,” says writer and editor Lori Chidori Philips.
Knowing that the good, the bad and the ugly all serve a purpose in expanding my awareness makes life meaningful to me, no matter what happens.”It all serves a purpose – even the death of your husband, after years of marriage.
You may not be able to see this now because you were part of a couple for so long, and now he’s gone.
He will never again be part of the celebrations and traditions. Faith is a key factor in the grief process, especially when you’re starting over in your 60s.
You’re young to be a widow, and your loss may affect your beliefs, faith, and relationship with God.