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How Husbands and Wives Talk to Each Other (Marriage Part 1)

How do you speak to the most important person in your life?

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Visitor Comments: 10

(10) Dan Alexoff, February 22, 2017 5:00 PM

Nailed it!

I have searched for part 2! Will be sharing this in a men's Bible study. Thank you.

(9) Anonymous, November 13, 2015 12:28 PM

how do I speak to my husband

thank you. My husband is a great person. But he is not very sensitive of my needs. I do get very frustrate with him.

I love him very much and I know I am not easy person either.
I need to work on my behavior and stop thinking he will change
thank you so much.

(8) Anonymous, September 7, 2015 11:21 AM

Breaking the mold.

Although my parents (z"l) loved one another, my mother very often spoke to my father in disrespectful tones. Alas, I have found myself doing the same thing far too many times when speaking to my husband. Just because my mother did this it does not mean I need to do the same thing. During this coming year, I resolve to THINK before speaking to my husband. Am I being respectful? That is the question I resolve to ask myself before opening my mouth. Yes, aish readers you read it here first. :-) Thank you Lori Palatnik for bringing up this CRUCIAL topic. Shana Tova.

(7) Chaya, May 8, 2015 1:32 AM

thank you for the mussar.

This was just what I needed to hear this Lag B"omer!!!How easy it is to justify my behavior! You really got me thinking!!!! Thank you for the subtle mussar!!! I hope I can make change....

(6) maddie, May 8, 2015 12:16 AM

Thank you.

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