First, love her, honor her, and respect her. The vows used for centuries have stood the test of time because they are correct.
Second, be sexually and emotionally faithful to her.
Third, listen to her without being judgmental.
Fourth, be as attentive, fun-loving, and adoring as you were during courtship or close to It.
Fifth, be more affectionate.
Sixth, support and nurture her ambitions in and outside the home.
Seventh, try to understand how she is different emotionally.
Eighth, be honest, and always do what you say you will do.
Ninth, share in childcare and domestic work.
Tenth, do what you need to do to make her feel special.
Eleventh, maintain your appearance!
Twelfth, take the initiative and coordinate some “us time” getaways.
Focus on the benefits of marriage, not the day-to-day frustrations.
Show your wife the same traits that make you valuable as an employee: focus, discipline, reliability, devotion, loyalty, stability, intelligence, and flexibility.
Be determined to get better at this job of being a husband.
Learn from your mistakes, and don’t get your eyes stuck in the rearview mirror of regrets.
Commit yourself to the mission and responsibilities of your marital job description and reassess your progress as you go along.
For those of you who are Christ-followers, “Love your wife as Christ loves the Church” (Ephesians 5:25).
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