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Make sure that you’re comfortable with the person that your Mom/Dad is dating, and if you feel a weird vibe off of them, tell your Mom/Dad. – Julia It can be really hard to talk to your Mom/Dad about dating after losing a parent.
If you have siblings, they can help relate to what you are feeling about the current situation.
I would say it’s a hard adjustment for the whole family because everyone has to try to be comfortable with each other and figure out the kind of relationship you will all have.
I’m not very close with my stepdad but I’ve been trying really hard to stay closer to my mom.
It’s not an easy transition when a parent starts dating again and there is unfortunately no formula to make it that way.
Each situation is different, but make sure not to keep your emotions bottled up.
In my conversations with widows and widowers they often say to me, “I just can’t imagine being with someone else” or “I can’t imagine holding someone else’s hand or going out on a date with someone else—it just seems weird and awkward and wrong.” I will say to you that it certainly does at first feel weird. When you date for a little while the nature of your humanity takes over and it feels OK to be holding someone else’s hand—and then it feels more than OK—it feels great!
I’m going to be blunt—it absolutely sucks to come home to an empty household. It is an hollow feeling to go on a business trip and know that you have no one to call to tell them that you arrived safely.
I never thought that my mom would meet someone else that she feels extremely passionate towards other than my Dad.
I could tell my mom was happy though and so for her sake I pretended to be okay.
My mom’s husband is a nice guy, but he’s definitely not my dad.
The love of each one does not nullify the love of the other.
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