Divorced or single people many times just don't 'get it' when they try to date widowed people
Barrington, IL (PRWEB) April 3, 2007
Ask any divorced or never married Baby Boomer who has dated recently: dating widowed fellow Boomers can be a challenging adventure that generally has a very low chance of growing into a successful, longer term relationship. When asked why this happens, each side often complains that the other doesn't understand them. "Divorced or single people many times just don't 'get it' when they try to date widowed people" is the most common objection that comes up. And the connection isn't made as a result.
This is unfortunate because many widowed Baby Boomers enjoyed reasonably stable, longer running marriages prior to their spouse's passing, and have much to offer divorced or never married Boomers in terms of a potential new partner and relationship.
The new eBook titled "The Same … but Different" throws a fresh new light on the rarely discussed factors behind why divorced or single people very often fail to connect or "click" when dating widows or widowers, and goes on to offer key insights on how to break through those barriers to forming new, longer term relationships. It bridges the communication gap between these two groups by exploring the dynamics of how and why this phenomenon occurs, and what each side actually means and wants as they seek to find common ground to build a relationship. Beyond that, it offers a number of specific suggestions about how avoid or overcome these pitfalls, while it also dispels and sets straight several common misperceptions about widows or widowers.
Examples of topics included in "The Same … but Different" are;
- why what people think causes the biggest dating challenges really doesn't, what really does, and how to over come it,
- how to gracefully handle issues and concerns regarding the widowed person's passed spouse,
- what is the first, most important quality that widows or widowers look for in a prospective new relationship,
- how to quickly ascertain whether a widow or widower is really ready to tackle new relationships,
- what specifics to look for that identify the best widow or widower dating and relationship prospects,
- how widows or widowers really think, feel and express themselves about critical issues that other daters believe can make or break a new relationship, and what that means,
- how widows and widowers really view divorced daters, and what to do about it,
- key early warning signs that things just aren't going to work, and more.
"The Same … but Different" was written by Jim Riddel, who is a widower himself, and is based on his personal, real world experiences and insights. It's available in electronic eBook form (PDF format) and Audio Book form (MP3 format) directly through GreyEagle Publishing's "Love's Encore" website (http://www.lovesencore.com). Both offerings are priced at $14.95 (US).
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For more information about "The Same … but Different" or GreyEagle Publishing, please contact Jim Riddel at (847) 496-5148, or visit their website at http://www.lovesencore.com.
GreyEagle Publishing, a unit of GreyEagle Ventures, Inc., is headquartered in Barrington, IL, and provides electronically distributed digital content via the Internet.
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