Is That All He Thinks About?

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God wants husbands and wives to enjoy each other—emotionally and physically. What are some ways they can do this?

Sometimes husbands and wives are on opposite wavelengths when it comes to spending time together. Hi, I’m Renee Swope for Proverbs 31 Ministries.

A friend was telling me recently that she wishes her husband wasn’t so focused on the physical aspect of their relationship. She wishes he were more concerned with her emotional needs. Whey they have date nights she wants to go for a walk, sit and talk over coffee and just be together. Her husband usually has other things in mind.

In her book, Is That All He Thinks About? author Marla Taviano encourages wives to recognize God designed men and women differently on purpose—so we’ll complement each other, balance each other, and be strong where the other is weak.

I’ve been feeling like God wants me to look for ways to embrace those differences instead of wishing we were more alike. I know God wants both husbands and wives to enjoy each other—emotionally and physically. So what are some ways we can do that?

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