Do You Give it to Him?


Do You Give It To Him? A Look Into Why Husbands Deserve Kindness

Are you a kind person?  No really, are you?  It’s easy, isn’t it, to be kind to strangers or friends we see rarely.  But when we get around our families, that's a whole other story. You are probably kind most of the time, but come on you live with your family so it is hard to be kind all the time. And what about your husband, are you kind to him?  

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  1. That is such an important topic. When we treat our husbands well...we benefit too!

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    1. Diane, it is important thank you for commenting. We really do help ourselves when we help our husband. I think we are happiest when we focus on others and not ourselves. Blessings to you.

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  2. I swung by and commented at your "home" for this post, but wanted to comment here as well! Thank you for sharing and for linking up at Simply Helping Him! Blessings!

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  3. I am going to comment before hopping over to finish reading your post because it is late and I might not be back tonight...not much tonight left.

    First, thanks for linking up at WholeHearted-Home Wednesdays over at Haven of Rest. It is always so nice to see your face here and there as I linkup too!!

    I am doing kind things for my husband all month...really concentrating on it. But he is tired, very tired and sometimes it is hard because I am selfish and he goes to bed (like at 7:15pm) and things don't always work out the way I expected. My pastor always says, "Expectations ruin relationships." I find this to be true when we try to do something kind and the person doesn't exactly respond the way our selfish heart desired, exposing our heart-motive to be 'self'-ish!!

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    1. Judith,
      I hear you, my husband works so hard. He doesn't have any energy left for me when he gets home. It's really hard to be selfless and let him regroup for the next day when I want some of his attention. Through the years of shift work I know my husband needs his rest and will be an attentive husband after some sleep. Most of the time we really talk and connect during the weekends (he doesn't work). It has been a big challenge for me but God helps me make it to the weekends.

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    2. Judith,
      I hear you, my husband works so hard. He doesn't have any energy left for me when he gets home. It's really hard to be selfless and let him regroup for the next day when I want some of his attention. Through the years of shift work I know my husband needs his rest and will be an attentive husband after some sleep. Most of the time we really talk and connect during the weekends (he doesn't work). It has been a big challenge for me but God helps me make it to the weekends.

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