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07 Sep

Also, if the person was terminally ill and that illness took a long time to run it’s course, the widowed person may have done a lot of grieving prior to the actual occurrence of death and might be ready to date earlier than ‘the experts’ predict.

For me, it was 18 months before I considered dating again.

The etymology of the name , "rabbit", basing the opinion on the evidence of a coin of Galba, on which Spain is represented with a rabbit at her feet, and on Strabo, who calls Spain "the land of rabbits".

It is said that the Phoenicians and Carthaginians found the country overrun with these rodents, and so named it after them.

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How long does a widow/widower typically wait to start dating again? I was lonely for several years before my husband died.

It is natural to want a partner, but the partner is not a substitute.“One should wait until THEY feel they are ready.

Its four extreme points are: on the north, the Estaca de Vares, in N. 43° 47' 32"; on the south, the southern extremity of the Island of Tarifa, in S. 35° 59' 49"; on the east, Cape Creus, in longitude 3 ° 20' 16" E.

of Greenwich, on the west, Cape Tirinana, in longitude 9° 17' 33" W. The total area of the Spanish territory in the Peninsula is 194,563 square miles, with a coast line of 2060 miles in length.

This name properly signifies the whole peninsula which forms the south-western extremity of Europe.

Since the political separation of Portugal, however, the name has gradually come to be restricted to the largest of the four political divisions of the Peninsula: (1) Spain; (2) Portugal; (3) the Republic of Andorra; (4) the British possession of Gibraltar, at the southern extremity.