I developed feelings for my sister-in-law after my wife died

DEAR DEIDRE: I HAVE grown very close to my sister-in-law but am holding back from making any sexual advances toward her.

My wife died six years ago, aged 48. I am now 55 and her sister is 50.

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She has always been a career woman and has never married or had kids.

She was with a guy for quite a long time but has been single since a while before my wife died.

We get on well with each other, enjoy the same things in life, seem to spend a lot of time together and talk most days when we cannot see one another.

I worry I might upset her if I make a sexual move and it’s unwelcome. How can I find out if she feels the same as I do?

DEIDRE SAYS: Do tell her you like her and would be keen to be more than just good friends.

She will be flattered and, even if not on the same page, will know where you both stand.

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