It’s not easy to see your husband’s imperfections and then choose to let him lead your family. But respecting your husband can make him a better man.
Respecting your Spouse
Independent thinking doesn’t automatically shut off after the wedding. So when your spouse doesn’t agree with your great idea, how should you negotiate a solution?
When my husband’s parenting doesn’t fit my expectations, I could nag or ridicule him, but I found a better way that doesn’t lead to negativity in our marriage. I focus on the things he does right.
A wife can talk about and treat her husband as either an incompetent dad or a wonderful father. Are you willing to frame your husband as a “hero” to your kids?
There’s something fleeting about the excitement of a new relationship. But regardless of how much the flames have died down, couples can revitalize their sexual relationship and build deeper passion.
Showing disrespect has become a modern marriage pastime. We laugh as our favorite on-screen wives make fools out of their husbands. Watch out or you’ll be in danger of picking up that unhealthy habit.
Marriage is designed to be a place of trust, security and commitment, and nowhere is this more critical than in the sexual relationship between husband and wife.
When a couple’s differences threaten marital harmony, it is easy to wonder: How can that man and I really become one? Rather than losing heart, discover a new perspective through some life-changing truths.
Wives have the power to frame husbands as either failures or as heroes. Every choice, every word, every response has the potential to build or to tear down.
Few things boost a person’s self-esteem more than hearing that his or her spouse has been saying positive things to others about him or her. When a couple does that, they reap a double dose of love.