My daughter wants them in the living room on a side table. They are out of the way and you can barely see them. New guy is throwing a fit and says he won't have that in his home. Daughter would be devastated if I moved them.
I talked to a psychologist who said this is good for her. It helps her associate that even though he is gone, he is still part of our lives. It has made her very open to talking about his death and she seems to be very well rounded. The doctor was very adamant about me not forcing anything on here and letting her choose where the ashes go. FYI they are in a sealed wooden box.
What should I do? Should I let my daughter do what she pleases with the ashes? Or do what the boyfriend requested?
**EDIT** I am literally speaking with him about this. He feels I'm not correctly telling the story. He said she can have him anywhere else but a common living area and he's not throwing a fit.
***EDIT*** Well, seems like we have decided it's best to not continue to be in a relationship. So I suppose the problem has been solved.