Mourning, then moving on

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This 406-word blog post considers new research from Direct Line Life Insurance, which found widows and widowers are expected to mourn for 18 months before starting a new relationship. It also talks about societal expectations following the end of a relationship and the importance of having a financial plan in case of disaster scenarios. Includes commentary from Jane Morgan, Business Manager at Direct Line Life Insurance. Written on 4th April 2019.

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Article preview: Everyone responds differently to the loss of a loved one. It’s often said that grieving rarely follows a straight line or consistent pattern; so many factors will influence our response to the death of a spouse or partner, with no right or wrong answers to how we choose to live our lives in the months and years following. New research has painted a fascinating picture of societal expectations on those who have lost a partner. According to the research from Direct Line Life Insurance, widows and widowers are expected to mourn for 18 months before starting a new relationship.