True intimacy isn’t something that appears out of nowhere in a relationship. It takes intentionality to break down walls we’ve built because of our past, our wounds, how we were raised, and our self-protective methods. As it’s hard enough to break down your own walls you’ve built, it’s a whole other ball game to break down your partner’s. Find out some prompts and questions to help you and your spouse get to know one another better—more intimately.
Men, do you think you know what it is that women want? It’s your turn to know just what it takes to be relationship material. But I’m not only talking to those of you who are single, I’m laying it out there for all you men about what a woman wants and needs from you, whether she hasn’t met you yet, or has been with you for 20 years. It’s never too late!
A man’s insecurities are seldom expressed, or identified. Not only is it important for us ladies to have knowledge of these insecurities so that we can better understand our men, but it will also help guide us in our unintentional or unseen negative reactions to their insecurities. In the same way, we desire for our spouse’s to both understand and accept us, despite our insecurities.
Guys aren’t exactly open about their need and wants — you have to sometimes dig a little deeper to figure out who they are, and how you can be there for them — and love them the way that they need to be loved. Men have many needs, surprisingly so, that require attention. The top 8 important things that guys need have a lot to do with who men are in general. How men feel most loved is not what you would expect it to be, as well as what makes him happy. It’s hard for guys to be transparent and honest about their feelings, so I’ve done some research on the matter — drilling my husband. The best way to know what men want and need, is to get to know your spouse specifically on a deeper level. How do we do this?