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my mom passed away from cancer at age 52 in late April 2014.she was my best friend and it was an awful couple of years seeing her hurting and in so much pain. well, he started 'seeing' someone about 2 months after my mom passed.Wishing you all the best, Sarah On Nov 05, 2014 PM silverotter wrote: my mom passed away from cancer at age 52 in late April 2014.i can't help but feel that in some ways my dad moving on so quickly is disrespectful to my mom's memory, but i don't want to hurt his feelings either. In my experience with my parents friends having their spouses pass, the men for some reason seem to move on pretty quickly, SOME not ALL deal with the passing of their wife by dating someone else to take away that lonely feeling. There is no reason why you should have to meet this woman right now.You are still grieving your mother and right now is not the time to see the new woman with your father and being around the family.I honestly think that maybe he shouldn't bring her to thanksgiving and they should do something separately between the two of them. He is just going to have to understand your feelings on this issue. I feel that the lady needs to cool it, she hasn't even met you, so she definitely should not be sending your baby stuff.Maybe she's doing it to try to break the proverbial ice, but that's not the way to go about it.
No one on this earth could ever lessen my love or time will never make it better.
More likely I grieved some 2 years and he will be gone 1. there are always struggles and problems in relationships... my understanding is men move on much faster than woman. I would pray for him and ask for forgivness from mom , You dont need two family tradgedys!
5 years so in total, it has been some 3 years that I have been in grief mode. for me 33 years, I feel while I still have reminders everyday, and cannot give up all the good memories, no marriage is picture perfect. I HOPE YOUR FAMILY CAN ENJOY HOLIDAYS and hope your fathercan find some self respect!
And, if it helps you to grieve the loss of your mother to not meet this woman right now, I think you are entitled to that and should not have to meet her yet. But again, in my opinion I believe in order for you to grieve as you need to, then you do not have to meet this woman right now. And so none of us can say your father is doing it the right or wrong way - he has to do it his own way.
Especially, who is to know if this relationship will even go anywhere yet? As a grieving widow, I've seen how so many of us handle things differently. I just hope he is doing it in a way that is fair to himself and the woman he is seeing...