As psychotherapist Hilda Burke explains, everyone's experience is different and there are no hard rules about when to move on.
Any other dating site you find on the internet which caters to that specific niche only in my experience tend to have a very small membership database.
One other option I just thought of you could try would be
Most websites are comprised of divorced people, who turn out to be "serial daters," although they profess to be interested in a long-term relationship.
I joined two websites, supposedly for widows and widowers. (no profiles about the men, difficult to maneuver, hardly any photos, etc.) Most widowed people had long, happy marriages and would like to meet like-minded people, who want the same, again.
Just keep in mind that no one can tell you that it is too soon to date after your spouse’s passing.
It is up to you when your grieving process is over and become one of the thousands of , you should know that it isn’t quite the same as dating anyone else.
I have lost two husbands and recently lost my fiancé, who I met online.
Why hasn't anyone developed a quality dating website specifically for widows and widowers?
Your next step is to find a dating platform that can truly cater for your needs and help you meet others on the same wavelength.