What Would You Do If You Found Your Man Removes The Wedding Ring When At Work?
I wouldn't complain or confront him but I'd remove mine for a month and see how he reacts to it. We'll take it from there....
Is his work dangerous? If he was in an industry where it was a safety issue, then I would have no problems, but if it wasn't for that then we would have to talk about it.
Thank him for being considerate. It is well known that married men are more of a target for the women in the office than are the single guys. Snagging a married men is a challenge. A lot of single guys wear a ring to attract women.
I'll have to make a hub about this later, but my dad seldom wore his wedding ring. He was a mechanic, and he saw lots of his colleagues who's wives made them wear their wedding rings lose fingers or even whole hands because their ring would get caught in various car parts or (When he was in the air force) on airplane parts. The best way to lose a finger is to wear your wedding ring while working in a dangerous environment!
I honestly wouldn't worry about it because I trust him enough. He might not tell me that he takes the ring off because he doesn't want me to worry or get distracted. You shouldn't worry about it either. Like others have mentioned it could just be because it would interfere with his work or his work place prefers that their employees don't wear jewelry.
Men who work in what are considered "Blue Collar" jobs often remove their wedding rings while at work, because a ring could easily get caught on manchinery and potentially rip his finger off. I'm assuming you'd like your man to be uninjured.
Same type of thing for those in the medical and scientific fields- the ring could cause a problem - a place for germs to collect, an element that could react with chemical compounds and drastically alter the compound.
My spouse rarely wears his wedding ring because he is allergic to all metals; his ring is pure silver and even that will cause irritation, rash and raw open sores on his finger if left on long enough.
Have you asked your spouse why he takes his ring off? Are you naturally suspiscious of his behavior when he is not with you? Does the issue of the ring - the fact that it IS an issue - say more about him or about YOU?
trust is an essential element in the marriage - without it, you don't truly have a marriage. Learn to trust your husband and aslo work on your self esteem so that you do feel worthy of him and his affection - when you feel good about yourself, you don't worry so much about other people's innocent actions.
A ring is not the marriage - love, trust, mutual respect is the marriage. I love, trust and respect my husband enough to NOT insist he wear a ring that causes him problems. After all, it's my bed he comes to every night, my arms he comes to for comfort, and with whom he discusses his most intimate issues. I have no worries.
I would much rather my husband remove his ring at work,than lose his finger! He works on trains for the railroad. Now if he worked in an office or something like that, I would ask him why he felt the need to remove his ring!
I often remove my ring when doing any manual sort of work, be it at home or at work. As many have said before there is a potential risk of catching the ring and losing a finger.
My main reason for doing so is not to damage the ring; I’ve also just had my ring re-sized after losing some weight. The ring was a little too loose and i was very conscious of losing it.
Everyone's reasons for wearing or not wearing a ring will be different but there may also be the issue of trust to think about.
Yes, I certainly wouldn't worry about it either. It may just be that he HAS to take it off at work for safety reasons. If he does an office job and there's no reason to remove it then there may of course be reason for worry. I think the best thing to do would just be to ask him.
My Dad had too remove his Wedding Ring at work, he worked for the shire, would regularly perform onsite maintenance while he is driving the truck. It became to small and he doesn't wear it. But that is ok with mum and him.
My Husband works in the electrical field and I did suggest when he got the job that he shouldn't wear it at work. However he expalined to me that when he is working on things they are not live. So he does wear his to work, but also unless he is trying to impress the boys, there are very few women.
I would definitely be asking his motivations if you weren't told about it.
The first time I find out that my husband won't wear the ring at work, I was very upset... he told me the reason why., (which I believe, ofcourse.,) Then, when he went to visit his children that lives with their mom., (my husband visit every 6 months,. he stays at the house he bought for his x wife, and still paying it until now.,) One time, we webchat and i saw that his not wearing his ring., I just realized how dumb I am to believe in everything he says., He told me that he removed his ring because his son (10y/o) ask him to remove it while his washing him!
I just quit., I know he will always have too many reasons....
Then, I start removing my ring too, and make sure he saw it., And when he ask me why, I tell him the same thing he told me., After that, wedding ring for me is just nothing., - doesn't mean anything at all!
I not agree with other who questioned about how remove the wedding ring when at work...Its any matter for remove ring.
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