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Woman asks if she's wrong to hold on to heirloom ring she promised to brother.

Woman asks if she's wrong to hold on to heirloom ring she promised to brother.

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If your family is fortunate enough to have an heirloom engagement ring to pass on, you might have a few uncomfortable Thanksgiving discussions coming your way...

So, when a conflicted keeper of a family heirloom decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not she's wrong to refuse to pass it on, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for not giving my brother my mother's engagement ring even though I agreed in the past?

Me (21F) and my brother (25M) have agreed that my mom's engagement (6 women in my family wore it) ring would be mine until he finds a girl he really wants to propose to. I agreed.

Now, he has a girlfriend of 5 years, and told me that he is planning to propose and would like the ring back. I immediately told him no. And that's because as much his girl likes jewelry, she also "likes" to lose it.

The amount of jewelry she has lost is outstanding. I remember getting her very pretty earrings that I made myself and she lost it like after two days.

Sources: Reddit
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