Here is Today's Daily Dilemma:

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I know it sounds like something from a movie, but instead of buying an engagement ring, I have one that was passed down through our family.

My great-grandmother had it first, it's a really pretty diamond in a white gold band.

And I used it to propose to my fiancée. She accepted, but I can tell she hated the ring. She always dreamed of a Tiffany ring, apparently.

I have to admit I'm a bit turned off by her reaction. Maybe I'm wrong but isn't it about us and not the ring?

Would most women want a NEW engagement ring from a fancy place? Or would they appreciate a ring with previous sentimental attachment that's been passed down through the generations? Was my fiancée wrong to be upset? Am I the one over reacting?

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