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Please be as understanding as you can be about the fact that you may need to invite the family over for important events in your lives.Treat them as though they were your partner's actual parents and it will prevent you from awkward situations in the future.If you accept them as your family, you'll be surprised to see that often they'll be very grateful for the opportunity to be involved and perhaps even feel less lonely." Even more daunting, perhaps, is the prospect of meeting your partner's children (if they have any).There is no telling how they are going to react to the situation – they will be grieving just as much as your partner, and are likely struggling to adjust to life without their mum or dad."Dealing with this is something that has to be done together.If this is the case, then give them a bit of time and space or change the subject.
This can help a widow or a widower gently move out of the 'victim' state of mind." This will put you both on a more equal footing.
"Recovering from the death of your partner is near impossible.
There's no real closure, especially if the death was sudden.
Even just saying it would make me cry for some time. [My partner] accepted it, although he acknowledged it made him feel as though I didn't let him into my life.
Thanks to his patience, after about two years I finally felt ready to open up in very small doses."This person has been, and probably still is, going through a really tough time.