There are several times your husband has taken off his wedding ring and now you don’t know what to do. You feel like he’s trying to get rid of you, or maybe he is just taking it off to get a little sympathy. Or maybe he is still in love with his ex-wife and wants to see if you will notice the ring is missing.
No matter what the reason, here are some ways you can handle the situation and help your husband make a wise decision.
Tips For Handling The Situation
- Don’t make him feel bad about taking off his wedding ring by asking him questions about it or by getting mad at him for taking it off when he didn’t mean to.
- Ask him about it instead of accusing him of trying to hurt you by asking questions that can be answered without giving away his feelings on the subject.
- Tell him you don’t want to talk about it unless he wants to talk about it. That way you’re both being open and honest with each other about how things are going with them both individually and as a couple, without getting into arguments or having disagreements over what happened yesterday or what happened ten years ago. So, ask him how things are going, and then listen carefully for any signs that may give you an idea of what he’s thinking or feeling.
- Don’t make the mistake of blaming him for taking off his wedding ring when he has not done anything wrong. Instead, ask him if he wants to talk about it, and listen carefully for any signs that may give you an idea of what he’s thinking or feeling.
- Don’t be afraid to express your feelings. You need to tell him, you feel like there is something going on between the two of you that you don’t understand, and ask him if there is anything you can do to help solve this problem.
- Take the time to get to know each other better by being open and honest with each other about your feelings and thoughts, without hiding anything from each other – no matter how small it may seem.
The Key is Communication
After all of the advice above, the key to handling this situation is communication. If you have open and honest communication with your husband, then you will be able to handle whatever problem comes up between the two of you. It’s as simple as that!
You’ll find that if you are open and honest with each other about your feelings and thoughts, then there is no reason for any problem to come up between the two of you. After all, it’s not a good idea to hide things from each other – because when they do come up again later on, they may come up in a different way or in a different form that you hadn’t even thought about before.
KathyKathy is a freelance writer who specializes in writing about all aspects of a wedding—from the planning to the event itself. She graduated from the University of Technology in Sydney (yes, Australia!), with a degree in media and communication. She also became an American citizen and loves her new home country. Kathy has somewhat of a boho spirit and enjoys some great rock-n-roll music. She is married and enjoys working from home with her husband, who’s also a writer. They both try to get out as often as possible by taking long walks, visiting wineries on the weekend, and more. While they don’t yet have kids, Kathy and her husband have plans to expand their family in the next year or two!
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