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Your wife is not a servant! What should every husband understand?

Updated on February 23, 2021, Seytoo
Your wife is not a servant! What should every husband understand?

In many homes, the woman waits until the whole household has eaten before taking her daily meal. Such manifestations of simplicity and humility reside in the female nature.

This time is gone, when expenses for the wife were sanctioned by the in-laws. Especially since the standards differ from generation to generation. Still, in-laws tend to disapprove of their children's lifestyle because they judge them too subjectively. They then try to interfere in order to have better control, which is always bad for the household. The custom also wanted that the mother-in-law had all the power over the income of the family?

“The injustice committed against wives takes on different faces; a fairly widespread form of injustice is the practice of controlling all expenses by the in-laws so that the daughter-in-law has to depend on them for her minor needs, which they do not always respond favorably.”

When it comes to spending, of course, there should be no waste or greed. As a criterion, the young groom can take the way of life that his wife experienced when she was with her parents. According to his own means, he will then try to satisfy his needs in terms of comfort and level to be respected.

From there, it will take into account the priorities of a household, without throwing money out the window and establishing a fair family budget. But, out of meanness, some husbands deprive their families of the essentials and do not care about the basic needs of a woman.

Providing a family with the bare necessities is certainly not enough to inspire the confidence and affection necessary for family development. For example, the daughter-in-law needs to be assisted in maintaining the house, and for that a maid has to help her. We should not consider his wife as a servant, convinced that we have married her so that we find in her the servant we miss. She is not only a wife, but also the daughter of her parents. She came to her chosen one not only to give him affection but also to receive affection.

“She is a garment for you, and you are a garment for her.”

In order to be worthy of such a commitment, the husband must spend without hesitation if it is for the well-being and the health of his wife, while telling himself that his wife willingly makes certain sacrifices in order to make him happy. Despite her own limitations, she strives to ensure the happiness of her home.

“Discretion in women is often due to its simplicity. She does not have the cunning or the characteristic of men to assert them. On the contrary, she is frank and enamored with a sense of honor. Despite her natural discretion, she devotes herself to her husband. To the point where the woman is called, in general, to take care of a sick person even when she herself is ill. Very often, a husband's comfort comes before his own. She sometimes forgets her own health or other problems because she is so absorbed in the concern for the well-being of others.”

In many homes, the woman waits until the whole household has eaten before taking her daily meal. Such manifestations of simplicity and humility reside in the female nature. Other examples can be found in these women who wait for the late return of the husband to go to bed, not without having previously taken care of his every need. Such proof of dedication and affection cannot be paid for enough, much less with unfair or thankless treatment in return. It is important that the husband, in turn, show affection, showing patience and indulgence in small weaknesses, which are very feminine.

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