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Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Sewell used only 1 bat in his year career and struck out only times in 7, attempts. He never was convinced that a newer, more sophisticated bat would improve his play. When he was in a slump, rather than blaming his equipment, he took extra batting practice and focused on his swinging mechanics.
When things go sour, rather than looking to get a new replacement right away, we instead would focus on what we can control — how we can improve our relational mechanics. How can we be more patient towards our wife? More thoughtful? More loving? Here are 10 tips for becoming a better husband. Odds are, being deliberate in this way will lead naturally to more.
Money surprises are never good, so stay a few steps ahead and include your wife in an ongoing conversation about the budget. This does not mean monitoring her spending. Even if she does know, hearing it from you will spark the fire. Here are some tips:. Use the extra time to do something for or with your wife. Take a look at other media usage too — what does it say about your priorities in terms of relationships?
If your wife is not one on that list, then consider what steps you might take to make sure she is. Take a look at your I want to be a husband with your wife: What percentage are confrontational? How often are you fighting? Do you tell one another jokes? Now make a concerted effort to initiate positive, intimate, redemptive conversations. Learn a new joke every day if you have to; the point is to be proactive, not reactive.
OK, I know this sounds intense, but think of it as a 30,mile tune-up. This could involve a few weekly appointments, a marriage enrichment seminar, a couples group at your faith-community, or any of other intentional interventions. All Rights Reserved.
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Tips for Being a Good Husband: A Wife’s Perspective