Q&A: Is it weird if a 40 years old man sleeping with his dead dog’s ashes?

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I recently began seeing a 40 years old guy (I’m 30). He is funny, attractive, attentive, and overall nice. However, he has his dead dog’s urn on his bedside table—yes, he sleeps right to his dead dog’s ashes.

I’m a dog lover and I know he still misses his dead dog who passed away almost 2 years ago. He told me that they had inseparable for 13 years. you think he therapy? Is this too weird?

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Answer by mistery
yes

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Q&A: Is it weird if a 40 years old man sleeping with his dead dog's ashes?

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Comments

    • Trying to Help
    • July 5, 2012

    If he had the ashes in a container he sewed into a stuffed dog he cradled in his arms each night, THAT would be weird. If he sprinkled a few ashes into a cake he baked each year on his dead dog’s birthday, THAT would be weird. But, just having the ashes in an urn on a table? I would say that that’s a pretty petty thing to stress about if you like all of his personal qualities and he seems normal in all other ways. The ashes have to be SOMEWHERE, and in his bedroom may be a little more normal for dog ashes that the mantle over the living room fireplace. Of all of the bizarre things I’ve heard of that have been performed by supposedly “normal” people, your story doesn’t even register on my weirdometer. If I knew that my girlfriend were contemplating whether I needed therapy for something so minor, I would assume that she was wound way too tightly for me.

    • =)
    • July 5, 2012

    have you asked him to put it elsewhere? Does he chose to sleep next to the urn instead of you? if so, he has a problem.

    • You K
    • July 5, 2012

    Yes.

    It seems the loss of his pet made him depressed and mentally unstable in the sense that he can’t let go of the past. Even if the past was his best friend.

    Sad but creepy. Report any unusual behavior to the proper personnel (cops/parents/neighbors/etc)

    • Teron
    • July 5, 2012

    This question is as weird as the old man sleeping with his dead dogs ashes !!!:}

    • Midnight Sky
    • July 5, 2012

    i agree with mistery ^

    • Natalie
    • July 5, 2012

    WHAT?!?
    that is just WEIRD!!!
    :O

    • namdnas samaj
    • July 5, 2012

    kind of

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