Some forums can only be seen by registered members. In the grand scheme of things, three months is not a very long time.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I'm not the basket case I was nowadays, but of course my life partner is gone and frankly I'm pretty lonely. I wondered what others' experiences are/ were in this situation. Personally, I like the advice I received when I was widowed myself: wait a year before making any big decisions (like getting involved romantically, selling your house, etc.).Your personal belongings related to a deceased spouse can hold great sentimental value, but they may also prove painful reminders of your lost loved one.Deciding what to do with your wedding ring after your wife dies may take time and require you to form a deeper understanding of your feelings.Instead, you might go from denial to anger and back to denial.Once you’ve gotten to acceptance, you’ll be able to have other healthy romantic relationships.That means a hell of a lot to me.”Liam previously revealed that he still understandably struggles to process or accept his loss, explaining in an old interview: “It hits you. You just get this profound feeling of instability, the Earth isn’t stable anymore and then it passes and it becomes more infrequent, but I still get it sometimes.”[Her death] was never real. There are periods now in our New York residence when I hear the door opening, especially the first couple of years…— Sometime after the death of your spouse, you will begin to think about dating, especially if you liked being married. But whenever you start, you’ll probably feel guilty, like you’re cheating on your wife or husband. Women typically aren’t in a hurry because they have a larger circle of friends for sharing their grief. Don’t expect them to know what foods you like or to get your jokes.
I’ll have to do my best for her."It’s amazing how far a simple bunch of freshly picked flowers will go in a lady’s life, I find.”How adorable.Despite moving on, the actor admitted that he was still grieving the loss of his wife, sharing that Natasha’s death in a skiing accident aged just 45 was a “touchy subject”.He added to Ireland’s Sunday Independent: “Of course the grief is still there. I had many little letters, beautiful cards scrawled from people after her death. It is really touching."In your soul you know that there are people out there caring for you.You can casually chat with women and see how you feel. It’s okay to talk about your wife, of course, because she was a big part of your life and her death continues to affect you, so your grief is a topic of discussion.But if your wife or your grief dominates the discussion every time you go out, you’re probably not ready. Was there something you wanted to do that was set aside because of the marriage or the illness of your wife—like hike the Appalachian Trail for six months, or live in a yurt on an island off the west coast of Scotland?
Liam Neeson has revealed that he has found love again, seven years after the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson.