Engagement ring help

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
706 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

kmichellet :  if you can afford it and he doesn’t mind I don’t see why you shouldn’t.  If you can’t afford it or he is against getting another ring that’s another story. 

Some women are really sentimental with their ring while others upgrade them. It’s all what you and your fiancé are comfortable with. 

You should talk to him about it. Tell him you love it and see his reaction. 

best of luck 

Post # 3
1794 posts
Buzzing bee

You let him buy you 2 rings that you don’t want to wear. You’re not ready to getting married. You need more real life experience, communication skills, time to learn who You are and what values you hold. You can’t make every decision in life based around what your partner likes- yes choosing your own ring is a step, but you need to be more independent before getting married. Marriage is a strong 50/50 partnership, sounds like yours is 10/90.

Post # 3
2658 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

kmichellet :  two ideas. One, you could try to sell the rings you currently have (making sure to be clear in your ads that they are just rings that did not work for you and not being sold due to the ending of a relationship, because some people fear buying things with bad karma attached) to get the money for the morganite ring. Two, If you still can’t stop browseing I recommend figuring out the size of a finger on your right hand and browse for things you can buy for yourself. Jewellery is much more affordable made from silver, especially stuff from India, so if it turns out that this is more of a shopping/jewellery addiction thing that doesn’t go away once you get that ring maybe just keep that in mind while your browesing to try to keep what you spend from getting out of hand.

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