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Thread: AITA for breaking up with my fiancÚ this way?

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    Platinum Member Lambert's Avatar
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    May 2012
    I don't know what the law is in your country. In America, the ring is a symbol of a future commitment (marriage). if the marriage does not happen, the ring goes back to the giver.

    I'm sorry your feeling so conflicted. that's what happens... you flip flop around in your thoughts and emotions. mad, sad, he's right, you're sorry, you're right, not sorry, panicky to work it out, etc. Its all day, all night, until you get a grip on it. it still is a roller coaster and hard... but it ebbs and flows more.

    Hang in there. try not to focus on the future. one day at a time.

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    Platinum Member SherrySher's Avatar
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    May 2016
    The ring can be a sensitive topic. Some believe that once given, it should be as a gift and yours , even if you do break up. While others believe that if the engagement is broken, then the ring is returned.

    Neither are wrong, and to be honest, at this point, it probably is in your best interest to return it just because you don't want reminders hanging around of the engagement not working out.

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    Platinum Member catfeeder's Avatar
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    New Jersey
    Opinions are irrelevant about the topic of the ring. The law in your district determines whether it's a gift or part of a contract and whether it must be returned. Consult the laws in your area on this.

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