Date: 2018-03-12 09:51
They still can build a good marriage. But she needs to quit dwelling on her deceased husband with longing. And it seems that the only way she can get there is by having a grief counselor walk through this with her. But she must be careful to have one that is marriage-friendly. In other words, this counselor should not be one that tries to dump this woman 8767 s current husband, and instead helps her to properly grieve her deceased husband and then works on building a good marriage with her present husband. If she weren 8767 t married, then other options may have been open to her. But she IS married and mourning for her past husband in the way she has been doing it is hurtful to her current husband, and adds additional pain to his and her own life, as well.
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The challenge is He always talks about his wife. I even help him to create beautiful memories of her pictures and I feel so great to make him smile again. We play her music and I feel okay. I opened a room for him to just shoot me if he wants to say anything when thinking about my deceased sister. They were a great couple I must say. The last time I saw him it was on the day of his wedding but when my family went to give support, he asked of me and that 8767 s when we started talking!
Changing the last name after a life of living with that name is very hard and costly. Not changing it might be viewed by friends and family as not giving the same importance and significance to this second marriage.
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response to authors letter
I have recently myself come out of some unhealthy thinking by years of pulling away from churches bible studies teachings at home radio programs etc
I was constantly filling up my own mind with so much stuff and I myself was getting mixed things in my mind that were untrue
sometimes we ourselves can get confused and get bad ideas about whats being said
I dont know your own group this is jut my own life experience
I used to think oh those people churhes messed me up but no one forced my ears opened
and sometimes it your own mind gave you funny
My parents ingrained that children's story into me when I was a little boy.
Speak the truth.
Preach the Word.
thank you for that article. I am 57 years old and did not live a chaste life before marriage. I was taught that this was a sin and shameful to have sex before marriage, not to mention the humility it would cause my mom, mostly. I wish she would have told me that it would break God's never knew. I understand now how it grieves God and the Holy Spirit. It has taken me years to get rid of the shame that it caused me but am stronger for it and realize how much God still loves me no matter what I did.
*that was suppose to "M NOT ON HERE TO ARGUE ANYTHING.
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The answer depends on a number of circumstances. Some authorities say that it should be at least a year after the death of your mate before you make any major decision. This certainly includes marriage. If the death of your mate was sudden, the resolution of your grief may be particularly difficult. You may find it best to wait several years before even considering the idea of remarriage. Conversely, if your mate had a lingering illness and you went through a partial process of grief before his or her death, you may be comfortable in remarrying in less than a year. If this is true, the timing of your marriage may be of secondary importance. We are convinced, however, that resolving the answers to the next questions could take several months. It may even take years, for some individuals.