It could be something as silly as the "last ten pounds"... In time, it looks like the bruise is cleared up, yet when you push on the spot, it still smarts.
because of course, the key to absolute lifelong happiness is the loss of those last 10 pounds. Once you have isolated, identified, honestly addressed and moved forward from whatever it is that might be preventing you from dating again, you will then be able to enthusiastically jump into the dating world in a positive way. Similarly, there is a "bruise" of sorts on your heart that has been left as a result of a painful loss.
You are entitled to live a life filled with happiness and if you choose it, that happiness can and should include another love by your side.
You may likely be angry at the circumstances surrounding your spouse's death.The resolution of lingering anger is an important step before the resumption of dating. The Ability to Leave the "Ghost of Relationship Past"...in the Past We all tend to have "selective amnesia" when it comes to our previous relationships; remembering only the good in the people no longer in our lives and the wonderful memories that we will have always.Embrace the fact that you are not the same person that you were when you committed to the person no longer by your side and that you must take the time and patience with yourself to sufficiently recover from the trauma that you have endured.In other words, you must truly get to know the person that you are right now, this minute. You Realize That You Are "Not Guilty" When you have been functioning in life as one-half of a couple, you understandably become conditioned to thinking of yourself in those terms.
Search for dating again:
After all, you are a good person and you did not deserve the pain that you are going through.