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– Candace, 18 Your parents aren’t trying to replace your loved one.
You have to understand the fact that they don’t want to spend the rest of their life alone, because before you know it, you’ll be grown up and having your own life to deal with.
I never thought that my mom would meet someone else that she feels extremely passionate towards other than my Dad.
I’m happy for my mom, because the man that she’s with is a widower, his wife died 1 year ago, and they’re very happy.
Q: My Mom is dating again, and I’m worried that she’s trying to replace my Dad one. – Anonymous, 17 The way i thought of it was that my mom dating was to make her happy and to get her mind off things.
No one will ever replace your loved one in you heart.
Your parent just has to have some fun time to get things off their minds..!!
– Laura, 16 My mom recently started dating, and it’s really hard to adjust to.
I could tell my mom was happy though and so for her sake I pretended to be okay.So, it’s not that their replacing them, and it doesn’t mean they’re over the loss, but nobody should have to spend their life alone.Talk to your parent about it, and they’ll tell you how they feel.But the truth is the question has been coming my way for a long time and I’ve managed to dodge it. ” It seems to me that the question is loaded with that angsty appeal we learned when we were children and mom said it was time for bed, “Ah, mom!
My motivation to answer is impaled on the horns of a dilemma: do I, a married woman, pass you on to some one else with more “experience” for the answer OR do I tell you the truth which is undoubtedly not what you really want to hear in which case you may happily use my married status to disqualify the advice? One more book…one more page…one more sentence.” It is human nature to plead for what we have been told cannot—at this certain point in time—be ours. Can I look at ______…touch _______…just maybe I could ______….” It seems to me the question is wrought with you begging permission from me to wiggle past God’s truth about the sacred act of sex being confined to the marriage bed.While it would be nice if there were a caveat for those who never get married, that would deny the sanctity of the act of sex all together wouldn’t it?