I’m in love with my late wife’s friend and I don’t know how to tell her


Dear Deedle: Since my wife passed away last year, I have become very close to a friend of her widow.

I want to turn our friendship into a romantic relationship, but I’m afraid she will reject me.

I am 62 years old and female is 60 years old. Her husband died five years before her. We talked a lot and went out for coffee several times.

I feel lonely and sad but she was very supportive.I find her very attractive and miss the love in my life.

But I don’t know if she feels the same way towards me. And she may feel that she is betraying her memory of her husband, who was her longtime friend, or of her late wife.

I’m worried that if I ask her out and turn it down, the friendships we’ve built so far will be destroyed.

Any advice on how I should handle this?

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Deidre says: It’s natural to worry that your friendship will be ruined if you suggest taking things to another level.

But if I don’t say anything, I don’t know where I am.

She may feel the same way, but she’s afraid to tell you too. Perhaps you can talk generally about finding love again.

Even if she’s not interested, make it clear that you don’t want to lose her as a friend.

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