MartyT Posted July 15, 2010 Report Share Posted July 15, 2010 Another insightful article from Catherine Tidd, a 34-year old widow and mother to three young children: Dating after a spouse-loss is kind of like standing on a ledge with a bungee cord attached to you. You sweat, hoping that that bungee cord is gonna hold. You may be ready to take the plunge. Or you may take one look at the view (which looks just fine without the addition of our innards splattered below, thank you very much) and step away. Or, standing on the ledge, we may need a friendly push from a well-intentioned friend who we may be mad at while we're swinging but once we're on firm ground we'll give them a big ol' hug. Push. I don't want anyone reading this to think that I am insensitive to the fact that some people just aren't ready. I know that and I completely respect it. But sometimes I just think that many people don't think there are any other good fish in the sea. So, let's think of it like this: If you've cast your line before…what are the chances you caught the only good fish? Read on Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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