Patrick Swayze’s Widow Revealed How He Blessed Her to Remarry After He Passed Away

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3 weeks ago

​Lisa Niemi Swayze, the widow of an iconic actor, Patrick Swayze, remembered a special dream she had about her late husband. At first, Albert DePrisco proposed to her. Lisa wasn’t sure if she should say yes to him because she still felt married to Patrick in her heart. But then something happened, she is eager to share now.

The story began with a hesitant heart. Despite her affection for Albert DePrisco, Lisa remained glued to the memory of her late husband, Patrick. How could she fully commit to a new love when her heart still remembered a lost love? Yet, in a twist of fate, a dream emerged, connecting the past and present, offering peace and understanding.

In this dream, Patrick returned to Lisa, not in human form, but in spirit. Patrick’s appearance carried a message of reassurance, a silent affirmation that their love endured beyond the boundaries of mortality. “When I see him in my dreams, he would never speak, but I could understand what he was saying,” she recalls.

At that moment, Lisa felt a weight lift from her shoulders as Patrick gave her his blessing for her union with Albert. It was a moment of profound clarity, a revelation that love knows no bounds, not even those imposed by death.

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Lisa shared that a recent dream left her feeling reassured, as if her late husband was affirming their enduring bond. "He was letting me know that it didn’t change how we felt about each other in our relationship with each other.

Reflecting on their journey, the couple remained united from their marriage in 1975 until Swayze’s passing in 2009 due to pancreatic cancer at 57.

Lisa emphasized the transformative nature of their love amidst the trials of cancer and the subsequent discovery of love again. “Really focuses you on what’s important in life. And that love, that was the most important thing of all, was the love that we had together.”

And then she remarked with a touch of humor. “It sounds like I’m quoting the end line of ‘Ghost’ now,” likening her sentiments to a line from Swayze’s iconic film from 1990.

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Despite the passage of time and the emergence of new love, Lisa remained firm in her commitment to honoring Patrick’s memory. His voice echoed in her mind, offering guidance, encouragement, and sometimes a gentle poke to “get real.” For Lisa, their 34 years together were a true part of her identity, a legacy of love that continued to shape her life.

Some people can refuse dating others and need extra time to move on after their partner passes away. But when they do find love again, it shows that true feelings can happen more than once in our world.

Preview photo credit Dariusz LEWANDOWSKI / East News, a.m.deprisco / Instagram

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