One of the best things I ever did for my relationship is teach other women the principles that lead to intimacy. It’s one thing to know what to do, but it’s quite another to hear myself telling other women how to be respectful and how to relinquish inappropriate control for the good of their romantic […]Read More ›
I hate hearing about someone getting divorced. It always gives me a sinking feeling because I remember the pain and desperation I felt years ago when I was contemplating divorce. I remember how lonely and miserable that was, and—I now know—how unnecessary. My mission is to end world divorce by getting women the information that […]Read More ›
Dear Laura, I am the only breadwinner at my house. I desperately want to respect my husband, but I have a VERY hard time not resenting that I have to work to earn all the money and that I end up doing all the housework too. He watches the children, which is a lot, but […]Read More ›
A Muslim, a Jew and a Christian all went to a workshop…and found that the concepts supported what they learned from their faith. I know it sounds like a joke, but one of the deeply moving things about teaching the principles of intimacy is that they are universal to women of all faiths and no faiths. Today’s guest blog is from a Muslim woman who found surrendering to be an eye-opening experience.
I taught a four-week workshop on How to Have an Intimate, Passionate, Peaceful Relationship with your Man at a local mosque last year and I’ll be offering it again in September. For more information, go to www.wisewives.org.Read More ›
Dear Laura, I’ve been stepping down from controlling and my husband doesn’t like it! He says I’m acting weird and it’s creeping him out. It doesn’t seem right to go back to telling him what to do. I know it can be a big adjustment and take time for the guy to get used to […]Read More ›
“ I’ve come a long way from the controlling wife that I once was. I no longer feel I have to tell my husband how to drive, what to eat or how to dress. Those days were pretty miserable. I spoke to reporter Jan Tuckwood about it and the story is in today’s paper: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/health/wives-are-you-controlling-your-marriage-to-death-2355808.html?cxtype=rss_health […]Read More ›
Become Your Best Self No trumpets sounded on the day I stopped nagging my husband. No parades or fireworks marked the occasion of me deciding to speak in a calm tone more becoming of a grown woman and less like a shrieking shrew. There were no cakes or balloons when I gave up trying to […]Read More ›