Jun 8, 2020
Widower Steve Jacobs tells us why—after 9 years since his spouse Sheila passed away—why he still attends widowed grief group dinners.
Tips to avoid gossipy neighbors. Why Tampons confuse dads. Asking your late-spouse for advice. Friends with benefits, and tons more.
This is part 2 of 3. If you haven’t listened to part 1, please do so for Steve’s Once-Upon-a-Time story.
Thanks for listening.
Join us for part 3. Steve tells us, after his spouse died, what his first real kiss with another woman was like.
How an average widower considers turning gay.
Fix your relationships now. How to grow a pair before it’s too late.
More dating escapades and why I called Steve judgmental. Am I judgmental too? Join us again in part 3.
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