I lost my 33 year old son to cancer it has been almost 2 years he has a wife and 3 kids she just started dating this guy from group I don't know how to deal with it I feel like I just lost my son all over again

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be proud of your daughter in law pray that she will choose a life mate worthy to raise your grandchildren pray that you will receive relief from the pain you are still feeling and go out and get busy, find a new distractions and live your life the way you know your son would want you too

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I'm so sorry.

Remember that second marriages don't replace first marriages & that young women, especially those with children to raise, naturally want a partner.

For many widows, especially, I think, young ones, the loss of their children's father is a devastating blow.

Thank goodness this young mother can still find room in her life for the potential for happiness with a partner, for love, for whatever-you-want-to-call-it.

Zippity made an excellent point in that your son would want you to live a full & satisfying life.

Wouldn't he also want his wife to have a happy life?

Wouldn't he want his kids to have a father figure who loves them?

Celebrate life's capacity for joy, & keep on loving the woman your son loved, & keep on loving your grandchildren & being a cheerful, supportive presence in their lives.

& take care of yourself.

I wish you the very best.

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