It often starts with something small. Maybe she's sick of always being the one who gets up with the baby. But when she speaks up, he rolls his eyes and tells her to stop complaining. He thinks she's nagging, and she thinks he's being insensitive. And so it goes-the cycle spinning out of control, the marital bond weakening. Author and speaker Emerson Eggerichs talks about this "crazy cycle," and how married couples can better deal with their inevitable conflicts.
- Dr. Emerson Eggerichs
- Publication Date:
- Focus on the Family Broadcast
- Digital Audio
For various reasons I'm not a regular Focus on the Family listener. But last night (10/13/2016) while driving, I didn't change the station (which is what I often do when FotF is on but return when Chuck Swindoll is on). Am I glad that I didn't!
I have often said that we love what we respect and men respect what they love. Emerson Eggerichs pretty much said the same thing but then continued to provide awesome insights into the male psyche! When my youngest nephew was just ~3 years old, his ?need for respect was quite evident. I hate that I didn't appreciate this as much when being an older sister to his father - who, BTW, is turning out to be quite the husband and father.
At any rate, I recommend this resource for EVERY WOMAN loves any member of the male species, especially those who want a happy and healthy marriage.