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The Emotions of March Madness

March 20, 2013 by


Let’s tackle another issue we don’t seem to fully understand about our wives: Emotions. It might be helpful if we explain what we are talking about a little more. Well, occasionally as a man you might be able to understand it through this example: Was there ever a time when you needed to really concentrate on […]

A Wife’s Story: From Table Talk to Bedroom

February 12, 2013 by


Over the last couple of weeks the Peacefulwife has run a series of posts on God’s Design For Marriage is Sexy which looks at some of the benefits of following God’s design. You can read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4 here. A wife sent in an email with a story that […]

We’re Married, Right? Why Does She Still Feel Insecure About My Love For Her?

January 23, 2013 by


When I first started this blog I did a series on topics discussed in the book For Men Only by Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn. I wanted to go back and take another look at this book and maybe hit some areas I didn’t look at the first time. For a modern husband, it is a […]

365 More Ways to Love Your Wife

October 9, 2012 by


So, after going through the 101 Ways to Love Your Wife series last week I challenged you to come up with some additional ways to show your wife you love her. So, I decided to collect those and do a little research and put up an exhaustive list of ways to love your wife. Remember […]

What is Unconditional Respect?

September 7, 2012 by


For a little background, the Peacefulwife had asked me about purchasing For Women Only by Shaunti Feldhahn. If you know me, I am a flea market junkie and when it comes to purchasing books, Amazon is a lot like a flea market for books. So as I started studying all of the possibilities for purchasing the book, I […]

Leading a Disrespectful and Uncooperative Wife

September 2, 2012 by


POSSIBLE IDEAS TO LEAD A DISRESPECTFUL AND UNCOOPERATIVE WIFE: Women love words.  More explanation is often better for us.  More words can help us understand better.  Of course, then we may start arguing – but maybe you could suggest something like, “I am going to listen to your heart and your concerns for 5 minutes, […]

Passivity fuels a wife’s disrespect

September 1, 2012 by


WHAT IS PASSIVITY AND WHY IS IT BAD? Passivity is when a man does not act.  He does nothing, when he should act.  He probably thinks he is being patient, or a servant, or avoiding conflict and keeping peace – but that is NOT true! When a husband is passive, his wife assumes things like: […]