The article, “Forget-Me-Never: The Reality Of Remarriage After Widowhood”, by Carole Brody Fleet states
“A few months ago, a well-known actor mentioned in an interview that he still thinks about his late wife. People were shocked at this ‘stunning revelation’, as the same actor has been happily remarried for a number of years.”
This is hard for people to accept. They feel betrayal in happiness after the death of a loved one. While this may be a natural feeling at first, it should not be a permanent feeling. Adjustment means accepting the past, living in the present and looking forward to the future with the memory of the lost spouse never leaving one’s side but not dominating their existence.
If this involves remarriage, this is not a betrayal. Although sudden changes immediately following a loss should be avoiding. This can also refer to ‘rebounding’.
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