Dating widowed dad
That's just my opinion:) Hang in there my friend, Mary I'm with Mary on this.
I think it's inappropriate for this woman to send your child a gift.
Now my oldest daughter hasn't spoken to me in months she lives 4 blocks away.
the other daughter that lives out of town calls but w don't discuess what I do.
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!
Maybe she's doing it to try to break the proverbial ice, but that's not the way to go about it.
i figured it was a way to distract himself from the pain.
now it's been close to 7 months since she passed and my dad keeps asking if i will meet this woman and hang out with her. it makes my skin crawl even to think that she has been to our house and to our family cabin up north with my dad.
she's started posting photos and things on his facebook page and she recently gave my dad a gift to pass on to my 1-year-old daughter (who she's never met). the last time my dad called me to ask if i would meet her was literally on the 6-month anniversary of my mom's death... i'm worried he will want to include her in thanksgiving festivities, which are already going to be so sad because my mom won't be there. or is it legitimate that i don't want her to be a part of my life?
I started my grieving then because life changed at that moment.
I also grieved every time I loaded him in the car for all the treatments we had for a year and watched him and our dreams die with him every day ubtil he took his last breath so griving doest start at the time of death.