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Guy asks if he's wrong to expect his fiancée to stop wearing her deceased partner's engagement ring.

Guy asks if he's wrong to expect his fiancée to stop wearing her deceased partner's engagement ring.

Death is sad, and it's important to remember who suffers: the future partner of the deceased's old partner.

A guy asked "Am I The A**hole?" whether it was wrong of him to expect his fiancée not to wear her late fiancé's engagement ring anymore, even if it's on the other hand.

He wrote:

My fiancée (M) was engaged before me. Her fiancé passed away in a pedestrian car accident 3 and a half years ago. We met a year and a half after he passed on Tinder. On our first date she told me what happened and then I noticed an engagement ring on her right hand ring finger. I didn’t say anything. A couple months in I brought it up and M said that she will wear the ring on her right hand until the day she dies. She said she understood if it was a dealbreaker but that’s how it has to be. I was fine with it thinking it was a temporary coping thing. When I first went over her house (she owned it with him) I saw pictures of him, the life they lived, etc. It felt weird.

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