If she's smart and wants more information I'd probably tell her that you can see when he was last active and then send her a screenshot.
She might want to sweep it under the rug or she might even know about it (you never know what goes on behind closed doors) and I wouldn't want her to be weird with me going forward so I'd take her lead from there.
Do with this information what you wish." Any advice on how to handle this situation would be appreciated. I would say something along the lines of, "I am so sorry to be the one to share this with you, but I found your husband... Tell her she deserves to know blah blah. I can see both sides. I think that if she decides to leave, it'll be easier without children now. I rather make sure she is safe and has all the facts instead of being around her knowing this huge secret. I know plenty of fish says when they were last online but apps like Tinder don't.
I thought you should know as I would want someone to tell me." I highly doubt she will be angry or upset with you. However, they are having unprotected sex to have a child. I would give her the profile and tell her that I'm here for her if she wants to talk. I would go to her with all the screen shots but if there's no proof that it's an active account then be prepared for him to defend himself and her to believe him. I wouldn't be able to live with the guilt and burden of knowing this and maintain a friendship like everything is just fine and dandy. I wouldn't come at her with screenshots but I would have them in case he deletes them and she wants them.
A study conducted in 1996 found that, by 25 months after a spouse's death, 61% of widowers (men) were either remarried or in a new romance compared to just 19% of widows (women), but this is by no means a case of 'one size fits all'.
Patience is therefore of the essence in the early days of dating, as both you and your new partner will be trying to weigh up if this is a road you are ready to go down."The widow or widower is either ready to move on or they're not.
All his profile said was, "looking for a nice female friend to spoil, no drama please" and in the looking for section, it said casual sex, new friends, short and long-term dating.
If the person you're considering dating decides she or he isn't sure or ready, they need more space and time to recover from their loss.""When I was ready to start dating again after being widowed, I made it clear that I didn't want to speak about my late husband.
In 2006, after the death of her husband, Richard Carlson, Ph.
D., author of the best-selling "Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff" books, Kristine Carlson felt a loss that sent her on a healing journey through grief.
Since the launch of just over 20 years ago, online sites and mobile apps for dating have gained freight train-like momentum, providing millions of singletons worldwide with an easy way to connect with new potential love interests.
However, there's no doubt that everyone comes with his or her fair share of emotional baggage, the weight of which differs depending on the individual.