Wedding Jewelry Take 1
Most people, especially women, love wedding jewelry. The diversity of style, color, stones and price and everything they symbolize is so impressive, beautiful and romantic.
I am no different in this respect.
The Sad Truth
So far in my life, despite having married, I have only about 9 years of experience being legally married and it took 3 different men, just to get me those precious 9 years and to stick me with short term marriage instead of being married for over 20 years now as intended when I got married.
Making Proper Use of This Information
Despite everything sad about how I came into the information, I want to make some happy use of various observations I have made from having spent some time married and some time not married about wedding jewelry.
- Some people believed to be friends and members of the opposite sex disappear the moment they see wedding jewelry. That definitely tells you something.
- Wedding jewelry is a great ‘ice breaker’ for conversations.
- There are people who have more respect for women who are wearing wedding jewelry.
- If you are ever seen wearing wedding jewelry but then go even one day without wearing it, people will wonder whether it means you are having marital problems or about to get divorced, even if it is that you are going to work out, and the ring doesn’t fit whenever your hands get hot and puffed up, or you are going to be doing any type of work that might endanger your precious ring.
- Wedding bands can be cheap and to the point.
- Wedding jewelry can both protect the wearer against unwanted sexual / romantic interest, and can be depressing because it makes potentially interested persons unwilling to even try to have a friendly and harmless 5 minute live chat.
These are about going without wedding jewelry during one’s marriage. This can occur for various reasons. In this case, I am only going to write about dealing without wedding jewelry even when there is not definitive “marital trouble” instead of when going without the jewelry because there is a marital problem.
- There is no distinction made between your girlfriend or boyfriend and your wife or husband. This can be soothing for couples who were together long before marriage and had honest respect for their romance.
- This can be troublesome in that people think your beaux or toy boy has not become your spouse, when really the relationship is more serious (in a good way) than others may have been led to believe.
- People, or single people, remain friendlier. Bear in mind, that one of the observations is that the vast majority of ‘interest’ leads not to adultery but to 5 minutes of conversation at a workplace or means that someone will sit with you at lunch in the breakroom at work.
- One may accidentally prevent friendships with other married people because neither they nor others saw the ring and tried to befriend you thanks to the fact that you are married; this is in contrast to the people to steered cleared of you once they saw the same thing.
In all seriousness, one should try to be aware of the intentions and influences of wedding jewelry and sensitivity to how wearing it, or going without it, may give certain messages.
Please be aware that despite my own failures I am a staunch supporter of intact families and good marriages. True love, stable homes, families and finances are healthy for the entire society, are what God recommends and can make life quite nice. I have been trying to get a permanent (50+ year long) partner since about age 17 years. I am nearly 51 and have quite a past but not the stable past of “wow am I ever just still married for quite a while now…having crested over the Silver anniversary halfway point towards a 50th wedding anniversary.”
Rather than abuse my suffering, just enjoy the observations and make use of them in your own life; or post comments about your life and observations about wedding jewelry.