DEAR DEIDRE: IT was my mum’s dying wish that I have her wedding band so it’s heartbreaking that it’s been stolen.
It was something I’d dreamed of showing to my kids one day.
As Mum died suddenly, the police were called.
Get in touch with Deidre today
Every problem gets a personal reply, usually within 24 hours weekdays.
Send an email to email@example.com.
You can also send a private message on the DearDeidreOfficial Facebook page.
An officer who attended assured me the ring she was wearing would be returned, as they couldn’t remove it on the day, but I’ve been on a wild goose chase ever since.
I’m a woman of 42, and my mother died a year ago.
I’ve asked the hospital and the mortuary, who both claim not to have it.
For more advice from Dear Deidre
No issue is too small, too large or too embarrassing. Read our personal replies here.
- Dear Deidre on Sex
- Dear Deidre on Relationships
- Dear Deidre on Marriage
- Dear Deidre on Family
- Dear Deidre on Parenting
- Dear Deidre on Grief
The undertaker told me he would check on it, but is yet to get back to me.
I can’t help but wonder where it is.
DEIDRE SAYS: The ring is one of the last things linking you to your mother, so it’s no surprise you’re worried about its whereabouts.
Contact the undertaker again – they should be able to tell you if she was wearing it when she was buried or cremated.
But also get in touch with the police who were there.
This hunt will be drawing out the grief process. My bereavement support pack will help you.
NEXT IN TODAY'S DEAR DEIDRE My boyfriend's penis is so big that he caused a tear the first time we had sex
READ DEIDRE'S NEW PHOTO CASEBOOK Lucy can’t help being a pushover where Dylan is concerned
Source: Read Full Article