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A late spouse was most probably a very big part of your new partner's life and to get upset every time his/her name is mentioned makes for a very uncomfortable situation - for both of you.
It is important, especially at the beginning of a relationship, to allow the widow/er to talk freely about his or her late spouse.
One would include those of her intended and his late spouse, and the next wall would be a continuation of pictures of the life they were leading.
She did not feel threatened by these pictures, but instead thanked the late spouse for helping to make her fiancé into the wonderful man with whom she gets to spend the rest of her life.
The house should not remain a shrine to the late spouse, but there may be some special keepsakes that hold sentimental value or children may want something of their mother or father to remain in the home.
Without being put on the defensive, your new partner, wanting to please you, will probably try to be accommodating. MOVING INTO A HOME SHARED WITH A LATE SPOUSE If there are no financial concerns and this situation can be avoided, it would probably be best to move to a new home - one where you can both make a fresh start and it can be yours together.
As much as you may want it to, throwing away items will not erase the memories of a former spouse.
Instead, it might cause resentment to rise up in your new partner and/or his/her children.
Perhaps you could suggest moving them to a child's rooms or at least off the wall in the living room.
Another alternative, of which I learned from a woman who was dating a widower is that she intended to have two walls of pictures in their new home.