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    • Brooke Landing

      This is the BEST advice anyone can give. People say they are just venting, but others don't forgive and forget the things you say about your husband because they don't love him like you do. Sometimes the only way people know your husband is through you. Build him up. Always. :) Oh my god...... Oh my god..... Oh my god...... Truth. If anyone only remembers one thing from my board of "wise words" remember this. If you do talk bad about your significant other, please don't wonder why nobody likes them. Thanks!

    • Kendra Grant

      I love this! This is the BEST advice anyone can give. People say they are just venting, but others don't forgive and forget the things you say about your husband because they don't love him like you do. Sometimes the only way people know your husband is through you. Build him up. Always. @@@@@@@@@4@@#@@@@ Wait a minute. Is the funny part the comment above?!? Bless the naive unmarried soul who created this, posted this, and believes in this! Michelle Duggar, we see you. Marriage is ABOUT TWO PEOPLE. I did not become a robot or fat the minute we said I do. No... We created a team. A team where one day we can call each other immature shit and run off to Pinterest to passive aggressively pin irritated, pointed quotes directed at one another. And by we I mean me. He literally just calls his boys and says I'm on my period. THAT is teamwork and equality. Other days we are madly in love and I only make a couple innocent jokes about him to my private Facebook mom group. He probably Watches porn. Point is women are freaking people. Some are even educated people.. People who get fucking irritated when WHO EVER pisses me off. I'm allowed to vent as is he. We have been happily married 8 years, 2 kids and under 30. I'm also kind of a bad ass who actually married for true love and he is my annoying best friend who I cannot live without. Who would I make fun of?!?! Well bless the soul of the girl who wrote this... Lol she is going to be PISSED when she gets married. Lol its marriage, not a hostage situation. Roast his shit. It actually will turn him on. But I'm passing this shit onto my mom board. I can do that because I did not marry whoever unfortunately created this. Girl... May God be with you.

    • Breann Scharpe

      Oh so true..... Words to start living by beginning now!!! My mom told me this YEARS ago; This is the BEST advice anyone can give. People say they are just venting, but others don't forgive and forget the things you say about your husband because they don't love him like you do. Sometimes the only way people know your husband is through you. Build him up. Always.

    • Irma Jacelon

      This is the BEST marriage advice anyone can give. People say they are just venting, but others don't forgive and forget the things you say about your husband because they don't love him like you do. Sometimes the only way people know your husband is through you. Build him up. Always!

    • Allison Duran

      My mom told me this YEARS ago; This is the BEST advice anyone can give. People say they are just venting, but others don't forgive and forget the things you say about your husband because they don't love him like you do. Sometimes the only way people know your husband is through you. Build him up. Always. I don't think I could ever talk bad about him anyway, but this is always good advice.

    • Wendy Petta
      • 3 years ago

      Defending your husbands honor and submitting to him are different, yet related topics. Jessica Robey, our pastor addressed this on Sunday in the high school group. First he relayed that the Bible does not teach that women are to be submissive to men, ANYWHERE, ever! That is a misconception. The Bible teaches that wives are to be submissive to their husbands. “For the husband is the head of the wife, even as Christ is the head of the church: and he is the saviour of the body” (Ephesians 5:23). “To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed” (Titus 2:5). “Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands…” (1st Peter 3:1). Of course we wives can cringe at these commands. God both ordained & predicted we would in Genesis: I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception; In pain you shall bring forth children; Your desire shall be for your husband, And he shall rule you. (Genesis 3:16)

    • Kelsey Ramirez-Raub
      • 3 years ago

      Jessica Robey Well, Jessica...I've been married to my husband for 34 years. In the entire time we've been married...he has done ALL the cooking and a good portion of the cleaning, at least more than his share. We have both worked outside the home so the stereotypical roles of bread winner/home maker don't apply to us. Bob retired two years ago...while I continued to work. Since then he has not only continued with everything before, but he takes primary responsibility for our home including making my lunches and ironing my clothes for work. Yes...I know that I am incredibly blessed. (And...I'm not sitting there eating bon bons when I get home, I do help out...LOL.)

    • Kelsey Ramirez-Raub
      • 3 years ago

      Anyway, I think what he has done to honor me is that he values and respects my opinion...and he seeks it out. He also always makes me feel like I'm the most beautiful woman on earth and that he cherishes our time together. Until quite recently, I'm been overweight the majority of our marriage. But, he's never made me feel like he loved me less. He has always made me feel like he would rather spend time with me than anyone else. But, the main thing he has done has been his acknowledging my own intellect, wisdom and experience. We have never had a case of 'his way or the highway'. But, there have been situations where perhaps a final decision may not have been what I personally wanted. Those have been very rare in 34 years of marriage, but, that's where I 'submitted'. I hope that makes sense.

    • Jessica Robey
      • 3 years ago

      It does make sense, a lot of sense...thank you for explaining it that way to me. And yes, you are very blessed to have a man like that! When you explain it that way, I can understand "submission" and not see it the way the crazy Baptists always portrayed it to me--I still despise the word, haha, but I understand how you go about it in your marriage. Thank you for taking the time to explain it :)

    • Kelsey Ramirez-Raub
      • 3 years ago

      The word does conjur up images of 'barefoot and pregnant' under the thumb of a controlling male. And I cringe at that as well. But, in a good marriage, it is a partnership. But, even in partnerships, sometimes someone has to make the final decision or be the leader by example. I think that is the example that Christ gives. Like Wendy said earlier, we are not, as wives, told to submit to all men...just our husband. I'm so fortunate that my husband is one that makes it easy for me to be a submissive wife (when needed...LOL).

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