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Q:Most conversations are for divorce. What about in the case of a death. How long to wait? Any advice.

A: I do not have has much experience myself with death, though I know some divorces feel like death because you have no contact with the other person at all. Your loved one just vanishes out of your life with no rhyme or reason. I think in all scenarios there is a grieving process even if things did or did not end badly. It’s still a big changing moment in life. I would still recommended at least a year off to deal with your emotions & seek a professional counselor to help you with the process. You just don’t want to get stuck in endless grieving. At some point you will need to move on and continue your life. Your significant other would want you to be happy and continue on to find someone to love you and spend the rest of your time with.

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Tara Richter
Tara Richter is an Internet Dating Coach in Tampa Bay. She is the author of “The Dating Jungle Series” and an Internet TV Show Host.