I always knew they loved me and they always showed me love. My ex’s father died when my ex was very young and his mother, my children’s grandmother, lives in another country so it’s difficult for my kids to see her.After I had to leave, everyone rallied around me in such a way that it was unbelievable. They have seen her during a visitation with their dad back when he was seeing them and I have called her during the Holidays so the children could talk to her.If she was closer, if she lived in the States, it would be a lot easier for me to maintain that relationship. She has always been supportive in that she understood what I was going through and was sympathetic.As far as the rest of the family, I don’t have much contact with them. She’s come to visit me at my home, we talk often, the children talk to her and I’m hoping to take them on a trip to see her.
But what about the relationships you have formed with other people because of your marriage?
We’ll be doing a lot of driving but since I’ve not visited that part of our country before so I’m looking forward to the adventure and to spending some one-on-one time with my daughter.
I have been thinking about starting to date my late wife’s sister. And how will it affect our reunion in heaven when we are reunited?
She has been divorced about five years now after her ex left her for another woman. I’m not aware of any Scripture that would prevent this.
Is it morally wrong for us to start this dating life? Your contract of exclusivity with your wife ended upon her death (“till death do us part”) You are free to date again, just as your former sister-in-law is.