Since my husband's death two years ago, I have run afoul of conventional wisdom about how a widow is supposed to feel and behave. I have been accused of not grieving long enough and been cautioned by finger-wagging friends that I can't outrun grief and that it will, one day, catch up with me. I get it. Despite all the warnings and so-called experts in the grief industry — and, yes, it is an actual industry with therapy and retreats and support groups — I have checked off just about every box of things that widows are cautioned against doing.
5 Tips for Dating a Widow or Widower
Dating as a widow is hard. As a young widow, it’s even harder. - Vox
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Dating Etiquette After Spouse Dies
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Yesterday, I was indulging in my weekly guilty pleasure by way of The New York Times wedding section when I came across a story about an elite cyclist named Kathryn also a writer who was training for the Olympics when she moved to Tucson, where she became part of the close-knit cycling community there. Although she didn't make the Olympics, she did make a lot of friends — including a young woman named Colleen whom she raced against and Colleen's husband, George. Colleen had been diagnosed with breast cancer in , and four years later, at age 31, she died from it. After about a month passed, Kathryn — who had traveled to Austin, Texas, with "Team Colleen" to participate in the Livestrong Challenge as part of their fundraising efforts — called George to see how he was doing.