Ways We Try To Change Men
It is no secret that women everywhere, have a natural tendency to nuture and decorate everything in their hands. And 'changing' is a sub category of those natural tendencies.
Being elegant is about being thoughtful to others, and thinking about them rather then trying to force them to suit ourselves.
First of all, trying to change men for his benefit must have come from the goodness of your heart. Therefore don't feel guilty if you identify with any of this.
It also does not mean that we should swallow our thoughts and not correct him when he could benefit with the change. It is all a matter of knowing which battles to pick, and how to tread lightly, considering his pride. More lessons covered in the Fascinating Womanhood Course.
Ways We Try To Change Him
Ways We Take Away His Freedom
Disasterous Effects of Former
It creates discord in the relationship.
It makes him love you less.
He rebels and will do opposite of everything you requested.
It seldom works!
God Give Us Women
God give us women - Women of such mold
Preferring ever honor unto gold;
Women who wear their beauty as a flower,
Whose homey virtues are their richest dower.
Say you, "The age needs men!"
I say again, "God give us women
Lest we lack true men."
Eunice Comments: The story is used in my Fascinating Womanhood Course to illustrate 'What Does Acceptance Mean? Accept Him At Face Value' a quality of elegant wives.
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