when I am at work it is mostly as if nothing has happened.

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Yorkiegirl Tue 07-Nov-06 22:52:28

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Gingerbear Tue 07-Nov-06 22:56:42

I am glad it is helping you get some sense of purpose and routine. It must be important to feel you are doing something positive.
But, please don't try too much all at once.
You will be knackered.

Miaou Tue 07-Nov-06 23:05:58

Glad that it is a generally positive experience, YG. Are you a teacher, IIRC?

fussymummy Tue 07-Nov-06 23:46:07

It must be good to get some sort of routine back.

I know what you mean about the pitiful looks, why do people do that???

Is it because they really do not know what to say, or perhaps just don't know how to handle death.

Do you work full time???

Try not to do too much all at once.

Yorkiegirl Wed 08-Nov-06 16:13:19

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Miaou Wed 08-Nov-06 18:43:41

It would be a huge change even if Nigel hadn't died, Yorkie - going back to work after a big gap is really hard work. I take my hat off to you, I really do

Californifrau Wed 08-Nov-06 18:45:46

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