While in a relationship, cheating is whatever you two agree that it is. Or, you may have your own personal views of cheating. But, most people would at least agree that cheating is when one or both people show attention or affection to anyone else on an emotional or sexual level who is not their significant other. Continue Reading
So, you’re a good woman. You’ve been a good woman to your man. But, now you THINK he’s cheating on you. It’s not uncommon for women, even good women to suspect that their man is cheating; although Christian, you’re human and he’s human. He may have even given you “signs” that make you
THINK he’s cheating.
Or, maybe you just “have a feeling.” Whatever the reason, you now THINK he’s cheating. Before you go all crazy with worry and go off the deep end, take a deep breath and let’s get your head together. Since you are a good Christian wife, and you are NOT going to lose any part of your virtue behind this or anything else, let’s look at a few things that you are NOT going to do.Continue Reading
You’ve given him your all. You’ve cooked, cleaned, worked outside of the home, done the laundry, done the yard, done homework with the kids, AND had sex with him before bedtime. And STILL, it’s somehow not enough. You STILL can’t seem to make your marriage the kind of marriage you’ve always wanted. You give and give and feel that you’re not getting in return. You feel your love bank is on “E”.Continue Reading
Many times we put sooooo much into our relationship, marriage and don’t feel that we are getting the same thing back. Many times we endow them men with certain privileges, that they don’t even really demonstrate that they want or deserve. So, what does the Bible say? Well, married folks are to love, honor, and care for each other. Married folks are not to withhold sex unless agreed upon for a time. Married folks are supposed to be faithful to each other in every way. So, if you are a Christian wife and are unevenly yoked with a husband who treats you like you are only a friend (for example, he doesn’t consistently wear his wedding band, most of his phone calls are private, quality time is sporadic, there’s little to no affection, “I love you”s are few and far between, etc.), then you decide for yourself how far you want to downgrade your treatment of him. I’m not going to tell you that it’s your duty as a wife to still have sex with him and he’s cheating. I’m not going to tell you that you should still cook for him when he habitually comes home at 3 o’clock in the morning with no explanation. What I AM saying is honor God and yourself and it’s okay to back off and back it up a bit. God’s intention is NOT for us to be used or abused. Let’s get it together.Continue Reading