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    He will be at home for you when you get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allymumtobe View Post
    I'm going back to work this morning. Suddenly not having him feels like a security blanket ripped away.

    But we decided to not fill our lockets so he stays whole in his urn. And I can't take an urn to work because that's crazy right?

    I'm sad today


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    If you want to take him with you do it. I have taken Aubree with me in her urn quite a few times. I couldn't bare leaving her home alone.

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    Big hugs Ally. I hope today goes as smoothly as possible for you.

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    Ally I hope this isn't taken poorly because I genuinely only want to help. When you say that you want Angus to be whole and that's why you haven't filled your lockets there's another angle to consider.

    Angus isn't 'whole' as such at the moment because as part of the process the water our bodies evaporates away. In that regard Angus literally is always with you, and all of us, in the atmosphere
    So he's actually with you always both in body and spirit. But if you consider it from that point of view you may be more comfortable with the idea of filling up your lockets. It means you have a little physical piece of him with you that you can hold if you get stressed or upset at work, but if you don't do that then you have to wait until you get home.

    I hope I don't offend with my suggestion, I just thought that a different way of looking at it might make it easier for you to fill your locket and have a little comfort for when times are tough and you're not at home with his urn.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eko View Post
    Ally I hope this isn't taken poorly because I genuinely only want to help. When you say that you want Angus to be whole and that's why you haven't filled your lockets there's another angle to consider.

    Angus isn't 'whole' as such at the moment because as part of the process the water our bodies evaporates away. In that regard Angus literally is always with you, and all of us, in the atmosphere
    So he's actually with you always both in body and spirit. But if you consider it from that point of view you may be more comfortable with the idea of filling up your lockets. It means you have a little physical piece of him with you that you can hold if you get stressed or upset at work, but if you don't do that then you have to wait until you get home.

    I hope I don't offend with my suggestion, I just thought that a different way of looking at it might make it easier for you to fill your locket and have a little comfort for when times are tough and you're not at home with his urn.

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    Further to what Eko said, I thought this might help you as well.

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    My ex and I have a pendant each with ashes in. I could never bare to leave the house without mine. But I had zero support around me and I felt so very alone without a physical part of them near me. Had it on for 5 years and when ever I got really down I would find myself holding onto it.
    Obviously everyone grieves differently and this might not work for you.
    Just trust yourself and do what you feel is right.
    Angus will always be with you, in your heart, your mind, your soul. For always.

    Moving forward doesn't mean you are moving on.
    Sending you lots of strength and love for today. Xxx

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    I felt I understood how my mum feels yesterday she has stage 4 cancer and she finds herself constantly telling other people its ok when they say something.

    They say " I'm sorry about your baby" and I hear myself says "oh it's ok" like to comfort then even then it's not ok! It sucks *** it's the worst thing that's ever happened to me.

    Hopefully they got it all out yesterday.


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