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1. | Jul 21, 2014
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2. | Jul 4, 2014
I'm probably going to be chesad by an angry mob of women for this, but here goes. Many of the attributes you are describing are those of a Christian wife (I say Christian because I am, I don't know how other religions roll). Obviously, I was not born with the wisdom of a Christian wife, and there is no doubt that my life and relationships before the role of woman and man were clearly defined was hell. Confusion, issues with identity, struggles, anger ect. My marriage was in turmoil, headed down the drain, swirling, and angry. I was working overtime, going to school, managing the house, and taking care of the children. My husband was working over time, and we struggled with time for intimacy. Biblically, women are called to be their husband's helper. Husbands are called to be the Spiritual Leader of the home. As parents, we are both called to raise our children with a love of God so that we can leave a legacy for Christ in future generations. I submit to God first, and my husband second. I am not called to submit to any other man, but that does not mean that I am a bitch to them either! I will follow my husband in any path he chooses, except into sin. We discuss hard issues together, and we pray about them. This opens up a direct line of communication between us that many couples don't have. I respect the authority of his final decisions, trusting that he is doubly accountable in his role as leader. I teach my daughter to submit to her father, so that when she marries, she will understand the importance of the roles in marriage. We teach our son to lead, to be accountable, and to treat women with gentleness and love, as we are the weaker vessel. We acknowledge our strengths and weakness that make us work together as a married couple. I am not as physically strong as my husband, and I never question his masculinity. I am happy to be feminine, soft, and gentle, and vulnerable to my husband. I never speak poorly of my husband, either to his face, or to others. This will only serve to quickly diminish and undermine the trust we have in each other. It shows a complete lack of respect.I manage the house now, and although I am not perfect, I make an effort to take care of my home and family with a joyful heart. Acts done in resentment will build nothing but isolation in a family. I do not work, and although it continues to be a huge adjustment, and I struggle from time to time with the feeling that I am not doing ALL I could in terms of bring finances into the home, it has relieved a huge burden from us. We have learned to live in the same way we had before, with one income, and a whole lot less stress.I fill my free time with things my husband encourages, because he knows what my passions are. He encourages my writing, and all my artistic adventures. I support his love of the outdoors, fishing, and hiking. We mingle these things together to spend quality time together.Men and women are created differently; emotionally, physically, and spiritually. It's always been unnatural for me to take charge, to demand to have the same attributes as a man. It's like a flower trying to be a lion. I am happy to be a lady.
3. | Jun 19, 2014
If you don't get everything you want, think of the thngis you don't get that you don't want. ~Oscar WildeLife is a shipwreck but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats. ~VoltaireI had the blues because I had no shoes until upon the street, I met a man who had no feet. ~Ancient Persian SayingIf you don't think every day is a good day, just try missing one. ~Cavett Robert
4. | Oct 9, 2013
If you don't get everything you want, think of the thigns you don't get that you don't want. ~Oscar WildeLife is a shipwreck but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats. ~VoltaireI had the blues because I had no shoes until upon the street, I met a man who had no feet. ~Ancient Persian SayingIf you don't think every day is a good day, just try missing one. ~Cavett Robert
5. | Oct 9, 2013
Interesnaya novinka pro komp , no mne toze mihska udobnee. Daze noutbook tolkko s mishkoi, ne lyublyu palzem po nemu sila privi4ki! Nu i i z opita poslednego puteshestviya udobnee v doroge s IPAD kone4no mesta mnogo ne zanimaet bolshe telefona i men*she noutbooka.
6. | Feb 12, 2012
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