Why dating again after losing a spouse is tricky. "When you lose someone you love, you still love them," the Wall Street Journal quotes me as saying. But people who remarry report greater life satisfaction, an expert says. Lots of food for thought in this piece:
After the Loss of a Spouse, There Is No Right Amount of Time Before Moving On
People who remarry after a spouse’s death report less depression and a greater sense of well-being and life satisfaction than those who don’t remarry, an expert says. Men are more likely to seek out a new relationship, and to do it sooner, than women.
A compassionate approach to end-of-life care:
The Best Possible Day
If you are dying, how do you want to spend your time? The answer is not always obvious.