Wives Stop Doing These Contd

 Don’t act like your spouse is a mind reader. Instead, be specific about
 ; your requests. One busy mom said that she used to feel overwhelmed with
 t; household chores, wishing her spouse would help her. She now realizes that
> the only way he knows her needs is when she tells him. “Most often,” she
> says, “when I simply say, ‘Honey, will you tuck the kids in tonight while I
> get the kitchen cleaned up,’ he is glad to help.” She’s discovered that a
> few words are all it takes “to change a resentment-filled, stressed-out
> night into a team-effort bonding time.” Just ask..

 12. Stop putting housework ahead of hubby. One young mom told her husband
> that she didn't want to make love one night because she had just changed thesheets and she wanted them to stay clean. What do you think that response
> said to her husband? Another woman, who puts her husband ahead of the
> housework, said: “Do not leave the unfolded laundry on your marriage bed.

13. Put an end to taking the lead because
you think he won't take it. “The
> first many years of our marriage,” one wife said, “I would see what needed
> to be done and get frustrated that my husband would not take charge and get
> it done.” She went on to say that she’s changed by learning to wait on her
> husband’s leadership. “I really believe,” she says, “that our men don't lead
> because we women are too quick to jump in and take care of it all.” "Let the
> husband be the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church”. Do not expect your husband to be Prince Charming. After all, the perfect
> husband only exists in fairy tales and your marriage exists in real life.
> One young wife said that instead of focusing on her husband’s shortcomings,
> she’s learned to recognize the wonderful things about him. What’s been the
> result? He’s been encouraged to do even more to be the man of her dreams.

 15. Never look first to a book, a plan, or a person to fix a problem in your
> marriage. Instead go to God’s Word and believe and act on the things that He
> says. “He will lead U to any resources u need,” one woman said. “God has
> already given us everything we need for life and godliness but we have to
> live according to the promises and expect Him to show up for us
> Love never gives up … isn’t always ‘me first,’ … doesn’t keep score of the
 of others … trusts God always, always looks for the best.”
> What do your words and actions say to your sweetheart about your love? Do
> you need to stop doing something in your marriage?
> Are there any extra points u'd like share?
> We R listening...


  1. "Don’t act like your spouse is a mind reader. Instead, be specific about your requests. " what an interesting point,thanks.

  2. Anonymous6/12/2014

    Very on points

  3. Anonymous6/13/2014

    Noted,passing through the same feeling my hub. Does not love me b/c he hardly help out in anything

  4. Anonymous6/13/2014

    Thanks for posting, very informative. Good points.

  5. pickme6/13/2014

    very informating. tnx

  6. Anonymous6/18/2014


    1. Anonymous6/23/2014

      Don't get,ur hubby beats u? Does dat still exist? The Lord is ur muscle ooo


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