When I divorced, I put the wedding rings in the safe in my house.
In the back of my mind, I thought I would give them to my daughter one day — a token of the marriage that produced her..
Sometimes a new relationship begins at the end of a marriage that was emotionally barren.
Dating and new relationships can be complicated, but appropriately integrating children into a new relationship is even more of a challenge. From what I have observed, most people introduce the children to their dating partners far too soon after the new relationship begins.
So, when I discovered Worthy, of course, I wanted to look into it to see what I could get for my ring.
I had a minimum in my head of what I wanted to get, and when I spoke to somebody at Worthy, which was nice when I went to the website, somebody called me to follow up, which I think was very helpful because it gave me the human touch of the process which continued throughout. When Mary called me, she asked me questions that were right on par with what I would have wanted somebody to ask. I ended up coming into New York City because I’m close by in Connecticut, so I made it even easier for myself by popping in and making an appointment.”How about you? Or did you sell your wedding ring, give it away, turn it into a necklace, or throw it out the car window into a ditch on the way home from the court date finalizing your divorce?
Whether this is because a primary parent does not have sufficient free time to date when the children are with the other parent, or it occurs because of the loneliness that many of us feel as single parents, kids usually get involved with their parents’ new partners way too soon.
I am looking forward to the next purchase that I will be making with the money, which is a new upgraded version of my watch.I thought to the handful of people I know who had used wedding rings left over from marriages that had ended in divorce.Some of those rocks were impressive – far more expensive than the young couple could have afforded on their own.Please share in the comments …Some of the links in this and other posts generate a commission.I never recommend products that I don’t truly believe in.