Here's the story. My husband has lost 2 wedding rings over the course of our marraige. I purchased the first one. After he lost it, I bought a new one for him. He lost that, and I refused to buy a third replacement. This year, in June, he decided that he wanted a ring because he wanted to send the message to "other people" that he was married and he was tired of some of the advances of others. So, we went to the jewelry store and he picked out and paid for a ring. This was June 2009. I haven't seen him wear this ring in about a week or two, nor have I seen it in the usual place on his dresser. (I even looked in his "jewelry box" think and didn't see it there). Should I confront him on it? He's given me the silent treatement/minimal talking treatment for several weeks now. I don't really know why it matters to me other than this ring was the most expensive one yet. Thoughts?
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