why ask for a new one when you say you don’t like jewelries? he’ll probably think it’s about the mother’s ring. it’s insensitive and fickle
We’ve talked about my likes AND dislikes in jewelry. As I stated. Not that I dislike jewelry. I don’t like diamonds and I don’t like gold. I’m rather “non-traditional” in many aspects, wedding rings included.
It’s not being insensitive and fickle at all, unless I don’t word things the right way. And I think I would find myself rather offended that you would think that of me when you don’t know anything about me, but I know that you must have just misread what I had written about this issue.
I would rather have a ring that I would be comfortable wearing, liked to look at, not worry about damaging because it’s something so precious to him, and symbolizes our union rather than one that was meant for his mother and father’s love.