Friday, August 12, 2016

What a Wife Expects From Her Husband in Marriage

Marriage is not always a bed of roses. It has its good and the bad times like any other kind of an engagement. True love and care is what a wife expects from her husband in marriage. This is the reason why it is the dream of any woman to have a stable man in her life. She expects the husband to be there for her after work when she needs him most to help in some domestic duties. It is very uncomfortable for a woman to have a husband who roams all over the town in the evening hunting for his friends in Discotheques and bars and later comes home drunk in the wee hours of the night. This kind of a behavior faces a lot of resistance from any wife worth her salt. She would want a husband who is available when she needs him, a husband who will always communicate if he has to be late to come home in the evening, this is the dream of any woman in marriage.
What a Wife Expects From Her Husband in Marriage

Communication is the cornerstone of any marriage. It is the foundation of any successful marriage and it is the reality of what a wife expects from her husband in marriage. A woman would wish to have a man who is ready to share all the domestic issues with her. It is very unfair for the husband to handle all the financial and family development projects without involving the wife. Women would want to be involved in every decision making process and this will make her feel part and puzzle of that process. This is what a wife expects from her husband in marriage. In some families the wife is only supposed to be responsible for the welfare of the children. From my own point of view the wife is very much talented in making the core and important decisions of the family if only given an opportunity to do so. Husbands should involve their wifes in communication and discussions in all the matters that pertains to the family. Let her feel honored and appreciated in the decisions of the family, her inputs should be honored and respected and that is the only way the family can be seen to be moving in the right direction.

Romance is a key ingredient in a successful marriage. It does not matter how old the marriage is, it is very essential to ensure the fire in the marriage is kept burning. The husband should get into the habit of bringing some nice gifts to the wife regularly. A bunch of flowers and a well worded anniversary or birthday card will play a big role in spicing up the marriage. Your wife values that private time with you very much. Create that special time when both of you are together away from the environment of the home and children. This is a nice opportunity for both of you to be together and enjoy one another. It is also a good opportunity for each one of you to open up and discuss the issues that have been separating than bringing you together. This is infarct what a wife expects from her husband in marriage.

Sex plays a very vital role in any marriage. A healthy and fulfilling sex life is very essential. Women don't just want to stop having sex just after marriage. They Infarct want it more and more during their middle life years. The sex life should be kept very active in a marriage. Give her that exiting sex life that she craves for, she will always love you. A wife expects from her husband in marriage to always recognize and attend to her sexual need with the attention and urgency they deserve.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

The Struggle for Balance

After the holidays are over and I'm getting ready to set goals and resolutions for the new year, I always ask myself the same question: Why do we settle? See our hurried, exhausted life. We run from one thing to another, filling our days, in an attempt to find meaning or trying to give our children things or activities that we have been told their fill and give them self-esteem, value and worth penalty. It works? We say no, but we continue to buy into it, because we do not see another way. We refuse to choose the route rarely traveled, to say "no" to more than commitment. I think we are afraid because we can cause our children to lose something, when in fact this is the exact thing we're doing. We are depriving them of a deep nourishing relationship with their family.

Watch fast food. We all swing by for a quick snack. If a frequent stop or even just an occasional filler, all we tasted the burgers, fries or chicken from these establishments. But the meal you receive it pales in comparison to sit in a nice restaurant where the food is made by a chef who carefully selects the meat and vegetables to be used on that days menu. One fills our stomach, for the moment, the other gives our nutrients for the body needs to function at its best.

Recently I saw the most amazing thing happens to our home. I'll be sitting in the living room when one of our kids will come in and start talking. Before long the other to walk through and have a seat. My husband will be joining us at some point and before I know it we were sitting in the living room talking about random things. By serious arguments, to silly things, we try to find out what we chatted for an hour or more, and all of us should probably go to bed. These are not orchestrated events, but something that happens because we are all at home, and available to one another. The thing with teenagers is that we talk about when they are ready. It is an unfortunate mistake to think that we can schedule time in our "timetable" for connecting with our teenagers. Do not open in the queue, but when they are ready to open up and talk. If we are not creating an environment in which that can happen, it misses on some sweet moments with our children that we can never go back.

So, what is your family running? A steady diet of more than the commitment and the ride that leaves everyone feeling malnourished and void, or are you choosing the activities and the activities of your children in a way that leaves everyone happy and feel satisfied. I have gone through the seasons in which I was better at it than others. I know that when I take the time to sit and watch the calendar of all before the week begins I am better able to gage how much more we are able to fit in that particular week. They are therefore able to make better decisions when those inevitable questions come, "Mom you can, I can, we can ..." you fill in the blank, because I know that you have more than a hundred million things to put in those blanks. It is that the request is empty, your child or family, leaving everyone feeling frustrated and running on empty? Then maybe, just maybe, that thing, although it may be a good thing to wait or just do not happen at all.

I know, you're shaking your head I said sure , easier said than done . I know , I actually understood . I have the same struggle for balance, but when I got it, his sweet , and the atmosphere is much more pleasant . The best thing of all is that we do not have to " do it " alone . We have the most amazing of all administrative assistant . God will help us through our program and demands and show us what you need and what to give up for good and our own good . We just have to stay long enough to consult him and allow him to drive us and impress us her best for our program !