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People did not relinquish love, and love even enabled some of them to survive the horror and death around them.
Death is perceived to be associated with love in various ways.
And is widowhood the proper time to fall in love again?
In this case, the survivor's love does not die with the spouse's death. While the deceased spouse ceases to disappoint and irritate us, the living new partner continues to do so; he reminds us of the richness and the difficulties of ongoing living relationships.Her love expresses the nonexclusive nature of love more than it does its replaceable nature. I wasn't experiencing the feelings that I had 27 years ago. The creation of a new, loving relationship involves both the capacity to let go and to hold on to the previous relationship, thus creating a new equilibrium (see here).Thus, one widow writes: "'Second love' is different, but it's very good. It's really hard to understand sometimes how I can go from tears for my late husband into smiling and thinking of my new guy. When C came along, and we started dating, it was different. I wasn't feeling that ‘if I don't see him today, I think I'll die' emotion. Like other people, a widow yearns for her lover to come back, but unlike others, she knows it is impossible.The French famously refer to orgasm as "la petite mort," or "the little death." Once orgasm is reached, it is in a sense the end of the loving experience preceding it and, hence, a little death.Similarly, it was claimed that "All animals are sad after sex." The widow's new romantic situation Is the human heart large enough to encompass more than one romantic love?