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I have been married for four years and "usually" wear my band. However, there are various occassions when both my wife and I do not wear our rings; gym, work, motorcycle riding, yardwork, etc. There are times during which you should definately wear it, especially if you are out with friends, at a social gathering, or a bar without your spouse. Really, it depends on your partner. If your spouse thinks you should always wear it...then it would behoove you to comply.
My husband and I dont wear rings coz i'm allergic to jewelries.The band is not that important but it really depends to the couple.What is important is the love and trust of each other.
Optional. It's how you act toward people (modestly, not flirting with the opposite sex) that's important, rather than whether you're wearing a wedding band or not.
I took mine off because of dryness during winter, and then forgot to put it back on for about a month. Neither I nor anyone else noticed!
As long as your spouse is ok with you not wearing a wedding band and you make an effort to show that your not single then it's totally fine.
How do you feel about it? I think that's what it boils down to, do you and your spouse disagree on this? You should really discuss it with them as the couple should make their own rules to succeed in their marriage and not rely on other peoples opinions too much.
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