490. Wifely Success — Part III


This post completes the response to Princess Jessica and Princess Tamara. They inquired about it, but there is no PROPER way to balance home and work life, except as individual women make choices and succeed. These cause and effect tips may help.

©     Husband will not play second fiddle, especially not to kids, pets, and even wife’s job. He married to play first fiddle, period.

©     Wives want to hear words of affection, gratitude, and confirmation of their value. Mistakenly, they think men are the same. Husbands want to be respected and confirmed as significant, but in actions and not words.

©     A man only needs a hut, but a woman wants a castle. She can get it by crowning him king and treating him royally. Or, she can learn to like their hut and soon tire of him.

©     A man will consider his hut a castle, if he’s treated as the king. A woman’s ego restricts her from treating him that way, because she’s naturally driven to dominate her nest and their home. If she refuses to treat him royally, however, he eventually looks for an escape hatch. 

©     A wife’s expectations about fairness and equality in housework compete against husband’s hormones. If she wins, over the long haul he becomes more temporary.

©     Fathers withdraw from parenting when not respected and upheld as good father by the mother. Mothers not upheld as a valuable and appreciated mother get rid of father—in spirit if not actually.

The other posts in this series were 486 and 488.

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4 responses to “490. Wifely Success — Part III

  1. Hi this blog is great I will be recommending it to friends.

  2. Interesting blog, I’ll try and spread the word.

    Wonker,
    Thank you.
    Guy

  3. This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

  4. Linda L

    I just found this blog today and think it’s great. You’re very brave to openly give you’re controversial, politically incorrect but accurate ideas concerning women and men. I’m very happily married to a wonderful man and am always on the look-out for new ways to please him so.. when I read your second point and the last section.. ‘husbands want to be respected and confirmed as significant, but in actions and not words’ I immediatedly wondered ‘how’. Do you have specific examples that could be used in every day life? Maybe as I haven’t really found my way around this great blog yet, there’s already been a time you’ve addressed some detailed ideas of what men like so as to feel ‘respected and confirmed.’

    Your Highness Linda L,

    Welcome aboard.

    Yes, I’ve addressed it but in many different articles. I suggest starting with the series “Sex differences explain men” found in the CONTENTS page at blog top. I wish you fun too.

    Also, keep this in mind: It’s more the HOW than the WHAT that counts with men.

    Guy

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