Yes, there is a way to your woman’s heart. I did say YOUR woman. No man is truly allowed access to EVERY woman’s heart. There’s only room in her heart for one man in her life. She could become confused, maybe disoriented of reality, if she allowed every man into her heart. Men are the same way.
Many try to offer keys to make a good marriage. They offer technical expertise. You know, the 1-2-3 plan to make your marriage grow. None of that really works because we are not 1-2-3 people. Humans are complex. It takes a special man to find his way to his woman’s heart. It takes a special woman to see his motivation as well.
We have a problem in our world today with people allowing anyone in without a commitment. We are made to be with that special man or woman in our life, and in a lifetime commitment. Some people may feel the need for freedom, or sexual fulfillment to find that special someone, but the outcome is loneliness and isolation, even to the point of bitterness because there will eventually be rejection in some form.
As a man who has been married many years (to my only wife), I can say without reservation that I learned to be a better man by staying the course of marriage with her. She is so very different from me. That’s actually a good thing, although at times I may feel a bit annoyed. I have grown as a real man by staying at her side, committed to the end of our lives.
I am married to a strong woman. And I appreciate her strength. I also think many men fear strong willed women because they don’t want to be challenged. That’s an ego problem. Ego does not belong in a marriage. I can be absolutely right in a discussion, and hurt the heart of my wife. Therefore that makes me absolutely wrong. Winning in a marriage only hurts both in the marriage. A good man humbles himself and listens to and validates his wife’s words. My wife and I don’t always agree in things, but I don’t disrespect her voice.
Men, if you win your wife’s heart, you will NEVER lose her. You can take that to the bank. I do know that to experience a great marriage, you must be in for the long haul. Nothing less will do.
Soon, I will have a book published outlining some nuggets to keep your marriage on the right track.