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For the first year after her husband Mort died of cancer, Mary Childs, now 68, looked mainly to her two sisters and her quilting friends for comfort and a social connection.”I couldn’t do much more than that," says the Lakewood, CO, retired nurse.

”On the one occasion that I attended a couples’ function with friends from our past, I was totally uncomfortable.” Indeed, many people who lose a spouse often feel like when it comes to socializing, it's a couples' world.

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Love, this time around, may feel differently to the heady falling-in-love of a younger man or woman, and yet maturity will have taught you that there are many different ways of loving. If you have kids, then you will, I am sure, have taken the time to help them get to know your new partner. Depending on their ages they will have different reactions, and don’t be surprised if there is some embarrassment about mother or father falling in love and planning a wedding!

Long gone are the set periods of time for mourning a spouse, and the biblical notion that a widow is obliged to marry her deceased husband’s brother has all faded from today’s modern society.

But once the searing pain of loss subsides, bereaved men and women, widows and widowers, are often uncertain about what their future holds.

“Neither of us wants to live together or get married, but it’s great having male companionship again.” Lots of people who lose their husband or wife feel like it's easier to be alone and not deal with the anxiety and other pressures associated with being social. Our well-being is based largely on interactions with others.

(The amount and kind of interaction varies, but the need is inherent.) To avoid connections is to invite depression.