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They also may be concerned that they might have less access to their grandchildren.
Reassurance goes a long way to settle their concerns.
It is so natural for him/her because that is where they have always been.
It has not even dawned on him/her that another person might find the pictures intimidating.
That is very good news for you and your new relationship!
PICTURES OF A LATE SPOUSE Perhaps when you first start dating, there are many pictures of a late spouse around your new partner's home.
Perhaps you could suggest moving them to a child's rooms or at least off the wall in the living room.
This can only be threatening to you, if you allow it to be. He or she is not coming back, so you are not going to lose your new mate to him or her. In general, when you get to know someone you want to share your past with him or her. This time it just happens to include a person that is no longer alive.
DEALING WITH CHILDREN OF A NEW PARTNER This is probably one of the toughest issues to overcome.
Daughters tend to cling to Dad and sons are big on being the man around the house for their moms.
If this ends in a non-stop crying jag each time the name is mentioned, this will also be a good tip-off that your new partner is really not ready to recouple.
If there is only some lingering grief, try to figure out together how to move forward - how to create new memories so the old ones can be tucked away and only revisited when fondly remembering a late spouse on a birthday or another special moment or day.
Take pause and ask yourself if you would rather your new partner didn't care about his/her late spouse.