He doesn't wear his ring

By Miss Kes

Friday, October 06, 2017

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A wedding ring is supposed to symbolize the love and commitment to a marriage and so for many people, when it is not worn it sends a message that there is trouble. What would you do if your husband removed, or refused to wear his wedding band?

STC:

My husband took off his wedding ring and went out with his friends. I noticed the empty finger in one of the Instagram photos and that is when I started to investigate some more. I am a Scorpio so I don't act on impulse. He claimed he forgot it until I realized he was having an affair. Ladies, when a man takes off his ring, he has taken you off as his wife as well.

Denise:

If a man takes off his ring he is cheating although a ring doesn't make him faithful. But he may be afraid to lose his marriage for whatever reason so he hides. Ladies, be careful and watchful!

LD:

I had a coworker who took off his wedding ring every weekend. We cornered him about it and he said it was nothing, until one night I saw him out with my own two eyes with another woman who was not his wife.

RC:

It is a clear giveaway that your husband is cheating unless he is not into jewellery because some men don't like the feel of a ring on their finger.

Nicole:

That's a cheater. I have had too many experiences with married men to know. I am now married and any day my husband thinks him bad, mi want him tek off him ring! Just like he expects me to wear mine, he should wear his too.

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