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It’s these types of things that people think about when they have lost their husband/wife. In my brain you should only have a wedding ring on if you are married. A ring on your wedding finger means you are married.. I meant all of my vows, I loved Helen and will continue to love her forever.
Probably not something you would expect to think about until you are actually in this position though. So personally I had to remove the ring from my wedding finger.
It just didn’t feel right being there but at the same time I wanted to keep it on to remind me of my wife and the love we shared.
It now resides on the third finger of my right hand which is where I want it to stay forever.
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Over the time of living in my new world as a widower there have been many questions that I needed to find answers too. Others leaving it on until they found someone else.
Most of the questions I had are very common for people in my position so I plan to try and cover off some of these questions in this and future blog posts with the hope that they help others find their own answers. From my experience with my time on the WAY Foundation Facebook Page this question came up a lot and the answers were very varied. This is certainly a personal decision for anyone and there is no right or wrong.
The first one is about the Wedding Ring and what on earth you do with it. For me though there were some clear facts that helped me make my decision… This in itself is a massive realisation to deal with but it was fact. ‘in sickness and in health until death do us part’ So as I am the kind of person who thinks black is black and white is white; If it’s grey then its’ grey and so on. The other deciding factor was that my marriage and my wedding ring means everything to me.
As I said before this is a very personal yet important decision for any widow and there is no right or wrong answer.
Oct 2014 I have been dating ''Mike'' for a few months.
I'm a single parent and I live in an apartment and run a business owned by my ex.