Are You Nagging Your Husband into the Arms of Another?

I have created five steps that will help you not nag your husband to the arms of another woman.  I will be releasing one step a day that way you can really absorb the message and have the opportunity to see ways you can apply the steps to your life.  Please review each step carefully and examine your life and behaviors to see if you may be nagging your husband or wife away.  If you are you must adjust your thought process and actions in order to create a more desirable and loving environment where both parties are happy and at peace.  My goal with these fives steps is to help you create a sanctuary where your husband or wife will look forward to coming home every night.  In addition please understand that the steps can applied to the woman or the man.  Enjoy!

Proverbs 25:24 (NLT)

“It is better to live alone in the corner of an attic

than with a quarrelsome wife in a lovely home. “

Proverbs 27:15

“A Quarrelsome wife is annoying 

as constant dripping on a rainy day”

When I got married, I wanted my husband to always look forward to coming home even after an argument.  I had previously spoken to married men who would dread to go home because they did not want to deal with their nagging wife or having their children being handed over to them the minute they walked through the door.   The men stated, “I want time to breathe and relax”. Despite the fact that women were also out at work all day or home all day with the children also needed time to breathe.  If you are asking yourself why it is ok for the men to get time and us women have to come home make dinner, take care of the children, do laundry, go grocery shopping and make sure all is running smoothly in the home my answer to that is you are thinking about the wrong thing!You are nagging! No wonder he takes his time to come home.   The scripture says “It’s better to live alone in the desert than with a quarrelsome, complaining wife.” (Proverbs 21:19 NLT).

You have to change the way you think.  What you focus more on is what you will create.  Stop focusing on the negative and rather focus on how and what you want the end result to be in your relationship.  If you want your spouse to look forward to coming home visualize him coming home with a smile and excited. Picture the kids running up to him and picking them up like you have seen in the movies/ television shows.  As cheesy as this may sound it does work.  God says to meditate on whatever things are pure whatever things are just and whatever things that are lovely

“And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.” (Philippians 4:8 NLT)

If you liked what you read please share with your friends and family.  Have a blessed day.

Magdalina Sylvain

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