Marriage, Relationship, & Dating Advice from renowned Author, Leah Richeimer. Extraordinary transformations with Practical Relationship & Spiritual Insights!
In marriage, women have so many Wants and Needs they feel are never met by their husbands. Furthermore, we have these unrealistic expectations for what our marriages should look like. Unfortunately, because we don't differentiate between our Wants and Needs, we cause our husbands to never be able to meet our expectations.
Watch this episode as Leah teaches us how to differentiate between our Wants and Needs, how to lower our expectations and be appreciative of the stuff our husbands do for us, and how to view our marriages from the lens of a glass that's half full. This powerful lesson of being able to hone in on our deepest needs will ensure our husbands are finally able to meet them, which will in turn bring us the satisfaction and happiness in marriage we are striving for.
Your husband is a grown man, he can take care of himself...your kids, however, need you, right? WRONG! All of our sources tell us that we will live to eternity with our husband so he needs to be our #1!
Learn how to prioritize your husband even if he isn't aware you are doing it - since on a spiritual level it changes you into a better wife. As Leah points out, the more clarity you have of what's important to you -- YOUR HUSBAND -- the less stress you will have in your life.
It's in our human DNA to blame -- so when we have challenges in our marriage, we tend to go towards feeling "I married the wrong guy! He's not the person I envisioned him to be!" It's time to learn how to rid ourselves of whatever pictures we have of what life should or could be. Everything is in our power when it comes to making our marriage work.
The more love we shower on our husband, the more love & contentment we will feel in our marriage.
Listen as Leah explores the need to appreciate all the good we have in our life so that we can feel the most contentment.
Homework for this week: Find one thing this week that you are grateful for about your husband that you never noticed before.
The world at large understands this popular phrase to mean that since you only live once, do what you please, and live it up! For marriage, You Only Live Once means make the most of the life you have, the most of the moments, the most out of your relationships, especially your relationship with your husband. Take control of your life and you can improve almost all situations.
We all have a violin we are born with - the question is how big is your violin? What are you doing to make your violin smaller? What are you doing to make the only life you have better -- because YOLO!