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Girlfriend wears jewelry


Posted by Scott on Sep 15 2014 12:27AM

I am a senior and my girlfriend is a sophmore. Our academy does not allow jewelry, but she otherwise wears jewelry (even earrings) most of the time, even to church. When I talk to her about it she says I am being old-fashioned. My mom and sister don't wear jewelry nor do hers, but a some women do at our church. Am I worried that it is a sign she may leave the church someday. I am worrying too much?

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- Re: Girlfriend wears jewelryfrom Ashley, Sep 15 2014 10:59AM
Well Scott, if you consider it important you could ask your gf to stop wearing jewlery. If she values the relationship she would consider it, but she might have some things she wants you to change too. Is it really that important? Does she pray and study the Bible? Does she respect the Sabbath? Does she refrain from drinking and swearing? If so she is a good girl and you should cherish her. Most girls want to look pretty and think jewelry helps, perhaps we shouldn't and it doesn't but that's the way it is. I'm an acadmey freshman who wears jewelry outside of class to. My parents have finally accepted it, but ask me to take out my earrings sometimes in sensative situations.

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