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CM FIONA SAYS: This is a huge problem for your son and I can understand your anxiety, but it really isn't your place to speak to your daughter-in-law.
This is something that she should really be sorting out with her husband.
Rather than concentrate on starting a new relationship, make sure you've got things in place in order to move on first.
Start by getting the basics in order; put away photographs and file papers so they're not a constant reminder of the past.
Cruse Bereavement Care (uk) is a bereavement charity that is there to support you too – so do please make contact with them, especially when you feel you can't burden your friends or family any more.
Now is the time to try something new, so open yourself up to adventures you might not have even considered before.
When a bit of time passes, you'll start to remember the good times you had with your husband and the happiness of those memories will help you recover.
There will be times when you think you can't cry on your friends shoulders any longer, but that doesn't mean you should stop grieving.
Start new hobbies, join a gym or just go out walking.
All this change and activity will keep you busy and give you lots to talk about in the future with possible dates.