The Twilight Widower is covering a classic symptom that many of us have faced: Twilight denial. As in “Who me? I’m not a Twilight fan.” You know the situation. When faced with a self-righteous adversary, it goes something like this: we desperately try to hid the Team Edward key chain that is dangling from our car keys, and hope that no one registers that the “Lion and the Lamb” body art that we are sporting has nothing to do with sudden religious fervor.
Anyway, here is the Twilight Widower’s take,
“Once your wife has been exposed to normal society’s disdain for Twilight, she is bound to be conflicted, and you may decide to use her confusion and shame to your advantage by suggesting she permanently remove all of the Twilight merchandise from the house, or threatening to “out” her to friends and family not yet in the know.
This is the most dangerous you can do.
As with any crisis of faith, there will come what is called the “Moment of Truth.” When this time comes, your wife will be forced to choose between returning to normal society and rushing back to Forks with her arms spread wide.
While I encourage all my fellow Widowers to be optimistic, odds are she will once again choose Edward over you. ..”
Check out the whole entry and graphics at the Twilight Widower’s Blog.