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A woman would carry on her spouse's business and be accorded certain rights, such as entering guilds.

More recently, widows of political figures have been among the first women elected to high office in many countries, such as Corazón Aquino or Isabel Martínez de Perón.

“Sex” and “widow” are not words you often hear together. I am pretty certain there is an interesting link here. It felt unseemly and I felt guilty that I had become something that I had not been in my marriage. With a little hit of dark chocolate after lunch I can get by. Arron used to think the act of self love was cute, and thought it was funny if I “diddled” (his word), and so I became incredibly self-conscious about it, and rarely did it. There is a whole school of thought out there that finds the whole sexual act is akin to getting closer to God.

Its been a dry spell, so maybe this topic is on my mind more that it ought to be. He’s not exactly quiet in bed, but effective and quick. How many have I entered inappropriately, more for physical satisfaction than for emotional? Finally, there is the spiritual element to sexuality.

Dating is a stage of romantic or sexual relationships in humans whereby two or more people meet socially, possibly as friends or with the aim of each assessing the other's suitability as a prospective partner in a more committed intimate relationship or marriage.

It can be a form of courtship that consists of social activities done by the couple.

In 19th-century Britain, widows had greater opportunity for social mobility than in many other societies.

Another way this is implied is when someone says their mum/dad/grandparent/whoever loved their spouse too much to date again, thereby living the rest of their life in mourning.

Sexuality is our most human attribute, our most base instinct, and instinct is how one lives during crisis which is why, I assume, sex and widowhood are inextricably linked.

I worry constantly that I am looking for relationships in all the wrong places, doing things I might not normally do because I am trying to fill this hole with sand instead of good soil.

I have come up with a bunch of reasons why sex would play a large role in a widow/er’s life: In my experience, and judging from some conversations I’ve had with other widow/ers, sex often becomes a large part of one’s recovery. Yet it was comforting – a perfect grief-relieving mechanism. I figured I would start dating a couple of years after my loss, and probably be married by year 5 or so. I have wondering if sex might have something to do with my singledom. Married sex had become an act of extreme infrequency (surprise! It was only after I was widowed that I discovered this new side of myself – My repressions had been released through my loss. But spiritually is where I think the whole need for sexuality falls down.

In fact, widow/ers seem to have a kind of “wild stage” where getting laid takes on greater importance than it has since they were newlyweds. I still go to sleep every night with the words “I love you” in my head, not directed at Arron exactly, but to some unknown person who is just not there at the moment. Spiritually, the need for sex is distracting, and in relationships becomes complicated. One that has certainly appeared in some of my own relationships once the intensity of the romantic/sexual relationship subsided.

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