Dating a young widower advice
If you pay close attention, you actually may learn many interesting things about your new partner, for example: how he/she views the world; how he/she treats a partner; likes and dislikes, etc.
A late spouse was most probably a very big part of your new partner's life and to get upset every time his/her name is mentioned makes for a very uncomfortable situation - for both of you.
You might consider the fact that the better the relationship a new partner had in a past relationship, the more he/she knows about how to make unions work.
That is very good news for you and your new relationship!
Keep in mind that the heart is a very accommodating organ.Psychoanalyst Darian Leader calls this the Rebecca Syndrome, a reference to the Daphne du Maurier novel in which the heroine is terribly haunted by the ghost of her husband's late wife. Leader, the power of what has gone before will infuse even the most contented new partnerships. Social scientists have found that men look to reconnect because they want what they had before, what they're used to.New York Times writer Elizabeth Olson notes just one man's unapologetic reason to want a new wife -- he's overwhelmed by household chores, and he can't find things around the house.Sometimes it's guilt -- a feeling of being unfaithful to a lost partner.Sometimes families oppose new ties -- adult children fearing that a new woman will undermine the sanctity of their parents' long marriage.