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This is a great question because everyone benefits. Anytime men commit themselves to serve their woman and children the world gets better. I would ask how it makes men feel when they serve their wife and kids?
Author: 2011-03-02 12:15:50 [reply]
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Look at proverbs 31 in the bible - if men served their wives like that women did her husband there would be an amazing transformation in relationships and many more people would be fulfilled.
Author: 2011-03-03 09:53:10 [reply]
a Happy wife is the key to a good marriage so if a man serves his Lady by making her feel loved and appreciated then you should have harmony within the family, as well as a great relationship with her.
Author: 2011-04-02 20:50:48 [reply]
It seems natural to me, so
i[I] try to go with the F[f]emale power flow. - edited by staff (female, she, her and wife and not capitalized except at the beginning of a sentence, i for men is not lower case)
Author: 2011-08-24 20:40:32 [reply]
Service to others is very rewarding and it is amazing how often those others are not your own family. The male does serve his family when he leaves to go work for a wage that sustains them all, and although this is acknowledged, I often wonder if it is too quickly dismissed or undervalued when considering service. Most men I know are not happy with their jobs and it is a major stressor to them emotionally. That being said, the act of letting that go and focusing on what your wife and kids need and helping them get there can be all the bliss one needs. It doesn't need to be huge sweeping gestures, just little moments. THAT being said, with the drag from the job, and incidental chores around the house, it can become impossible to dedicate the time in a meaningful way.
Author: 2011-08-24 23:17:34 [reply]
Chris68 " it can become impossible to dedicate the time in a meaningful way." I believed that to be true until one day someone said " When you die to do want to look back and say boy I did a lot of household chores for my family or I dedicated time to my family in a meaningful way." I try to slip in incidentals during the week, at lunch or after bed time. (Practically maybe the house is just not as neat.) It has made me, abit more tired, but much happier. You are so right about all the bliss. Sincerely gat1207
Reply by: 2011-08-26 12:38:46 [reply]
Gat1207 Hi Gat - I get that, but am wary as when the threshold is crossed and there is no recovery time from work stress, it is a bad outcome for everyone. Might be different in a house with no kids.
Reply by: 2011-08-27 05:55:01