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Wedding Rings - Take Off

Blag, on January 9, 2020 at 9:18 AM Posted in Married Life 0 34
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Hi ladies,


Was just wondering if any of you or your husband ever take off your wedding ring when you get into a fight?

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Latest activity by Jasmin, on January 29, 2020 at 10:29 AM
  • Amber
    Master February 2020
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    We aren't married yet, but this absolutely will not be happening when we are married.

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  • Caytlyn
    Legend November 2019
    Caytlyn ·
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    Never. That's extremely childish.

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  • M
    Devoted September 2019
    Meaghan ·
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    No, definitely not
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  • Sherry
    Master September 2019
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    Nope. That is dumb.

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  • V
    Champion July 2019
    Veronica ·
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    Definitely not. The only time I take my rings off are when I am doing dishes. That is extremely hurtful and disrespectful to your spouse to remove your rings during a fight.
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  • Mandi
    Master October 2020
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    No. Though I rarely ever wear my ring inside the house. Our cats love to try to chew on it.
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  • B
    Dedicated August 2019
    Blag ·
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    I didn’t do that but he did...he is mad at me because I lied to him about e-cigging and he found it again
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  • Brianna N
    Super October 2019
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    I would never do this either. It sounds like you guys have some issues to work out. Have you tried couple's therapy?

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  • Jennifer
    Super March 2020
    Jennifer ·
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    I take mine off for work and travel. Taking off a ring serves no purpose besides hurting the other person's feelings. I also would argue that taking off a ring symbolizes their lack of GAF during arguments. Marriage isn't something you just walk away from in a fight. Marriage is something you work through, period.
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  • Mandi
    Master October 2020
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    Ok. I'd be pretty mad about that too. I hate smoking. As in I sat in a hospital room when I was a kid and watched a grandparent die due to lung cancer. And I'm highly allergic to cigarette smoke. Plus I make it my life's work to ridicule people who smoke ecigs and vape for looking dumb. My fiance had better find the nicorette gum or leave his keys.
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  • Amber
    Master February 2020
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    Your husband has every right to be mad about that, I would be too in that situation. But taking off his ring because of a fight is beyond disrespectful (as is lying/going behind someone's back) and also comes across like he thinks marriage is just some disposable thing that can be disregarded just because you're upset with one another. I would recommend couple's counseling for both of these issues.

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  • V
    Champion July 2019
    Veronica ·
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    I can definitely understand why he would be upset. I would be upset too. It doesn't sound like either one of you respects the other. I honestly think you are more at fault for lying. He wouldn't be so upset if you were honest.
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  • B
    Dedicated August 2019
    Blag ·
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    I dunno. He would be just as mad if I told him the truth...
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  • Sarah
    Master September 2019
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    I think if you two are lying to each other or taking your rings off when you get in a fight, there’s much bigger problems that are in your marriage and counseling would be a good place to start.
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  • Sexypoodle
    Master October 2021
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    Did he take the ring off for good? Or just to be dramatic and show he was upset (but now he’s wearing it again)? Either way, it’s a little extreme. So hopefully it doesn’t become his “go to” reaction whenever he’s upset. At the same time, you two should discuss and figure out the e-cigarette situation, since it’s an issue within your marriage. I’m not a fan of cigarettes, and I don’t know the full story behind your argument. But, I do realize that some couples started their relationships fully knowing that their partner was a smoker. And from what I’ve seen, it doesn’t seem like the easiest habit to kick.
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  • V
    Champion July 2019
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    The fact that you seem okay with lying to him because you don't want to upset him is a huge problem. It sounds like you guys need to go to counseling. Both of you are in the wrong. You shouldn't be lying whether it is to avoid upsetting him or not and he shouldn't be taking his ring off after an argument. You guys need to learn to be 100% honest with each other and better communicate. Without honestly, your marriage will likely fail.
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  • Gen
    Champion June 2019
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    Yikes, definitely not. That’s highly manipulative. Never threaten divorce (or imply divorce) unless you mean it.
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  • Mcskipper
    Master July 2018
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    Wow no. That is not good conflict resolution , I would not tolerate that.
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  • B
    Dedicated August 2019
    Blag ·
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    Thank you for your opinion
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  • Erin
    VIP December 2020
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    We’re not married yet, but we have had some fights that have made me reconsider marrying him, and when those happen I do take the ring off for a few hours while I cool off, because looking at it made me feel so much worse.
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