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The Powerful Concept of “Submitting Under Protest”

December 6, 2013 by

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Whether you believe your man is watching “too much TV,”  shouldn’t look at certain things (in your view), is working more than you think he should,  is not “making you a priority” the way you want him to, or whatever the issue is – if you respond to him by yelling at him and demanding that […]

A Revelation

December 2, 2013 by

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One last post based on emails from my new friend and sister in Christ who I have been corresponding with (One Woman’s Regrets, Do I Use Men Instead of Love Them in a Godly Way?, Sexual Fantasy and Masturbation)  I praise God for what He is doing in her heart.  He is opening her spiritual eyes. […]

How Men Think

August 10, 2013 by

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I believe that if we as women could better understand how God designed our men to operate, think, feel and look at life – we could be so much more accepting, understanding, empathetic and appreciative of their strengths and even their weaknesses.  I believe that if we realize that a man’s brain works very differently […]

His Biggest Critic or His Biggest Supporter?

July 10, 2013 by

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Do not judge, and you will not be judged.  Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned.  Forgive, and you will be forgiven.  Luke 6:37 How can we apply this verse to ourselves as girlfriends/fiances? HE NEEDS MY HELP That is what I used to think. You know, there is some truth there.  I […]

Can His Heart Safely Trust Me?

July 6, 2013 by

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Here are some questions I asked at the bottom of yesterday’s post and I am going to answer how I handle things now (by God’s power and wisdom)  VS  how I used to handle these issues (the first 14.5 years of our marriage until 12-2008): 1. Can my man safely trust even my thoughts about […]

A Godly “Purpose Statement”

July 4, 2013 by

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What I would like for you to do is write down what you believe God wants you to be as a woman and as a future girlfriend/wife and how He desires you to act with your current/future man. I like the idea of using a positive present tense, ie “I am” not “I want to […]