My husband came by to bring me some soup since I am sick and I noticed that he wasn't wearing his wedding ring. When I confronted him he said that he just forgot to put in on with his watch, but the last time I saw him he said the same thing. It is really hard because we are seperated so that he can work on getting better from his depression and alcohol problem and I have been patiently waiting and supportive and for him to not wear his ring is like a slap in the face. He still tells me he misses me, loves me, even on Christmas Eve said he wants to come home, but can't right now. So, I don't understand the not wearing the ring and I am afraid to ask him. He still isn't on antidepressants either. Should I wait to talk about it when he is of more sound mind? or should I let it go??? I told him that it is hurtful and I wish he would wear it because it is disrespectful to me since we are still married and he just said, I understand, I won't disrespect you. I am still not satisfied and don't know what to do. But, it is causing me a lot of pain and anxiety:(
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