My Wife

Peace, Love, Happiness, Freedom, Respect, Fidelity, Honor

She Might Be Thinking:

  • Does my spouse like me for who I am, or because of my looks?
  • When my spouse complains about me, does that mean he/she does not like me?
  • Does my spouse still find me attractive?
  • Does my spouse really understand what is important to me?
  • Does my spouse understand my love language related to specific topics? 
  • Am I doing enough to keep my spouse happy?
  • Am I satisfying my partner’s physical needs?
  • I wonder if my spouse still loves me after all of these years.
  • Sometimes I really don't understand what my spouse is talking about.
  • Does my spouse appreciate all of the things I am doing to help make sure that he/she is taken care of?
  • Is my spouse having an affair?
  • Is my spouse being faithful to me?
  • I wish I knew what my spouse was thinking.

Words That Might Be Encouraging:

  • I believe in you.
  • I love you more now than when I first met you.
  • I feel incredibly lucky to be married to such a good woman.
  • I want to be the best possible partner that I can be for you.  
  • What more could I be doing to make you happier as my wife?
  • I wish we could spend more time together, but I understand that you are working so hard right now to give us more security.
  • One of my biggest priorities is to help you achieve your personal goals.
  • I want you to become the best version of yourself.
  • I am grateful that God put us together.
  • I feel spiritually connected to you.
  • I can’t believe we are already celebrating another anniversary.  
  • Time flies when you are married to the right person.
  • Talking to you is one of my favorite things to do with my free time.
  • I love the way your brain works.
  • I can't imagine being married to anyone but you.
  • I am glad I didn't settle for second best; I got you.
  • There is no one else I would want to start a family with than you.
  • You always have my back.
  • You always have my best interests at heart.
  • I am looking forward to growing old with you.
  • Marrying you was one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Words That Might Be Discouraging:

  • I don't feel like I am your top priority.
  • Your family seems to be more important to you than our family.
  • We never have fun anymore.
  • You are putting on a little extra weight around the hips.
  • You are starting to act like my mother.
  • You are always [fill in the blank].
  • You never [fill in the blank].
  • Do you know what it means to be a good wife?
  • You need to start exercising.
  • You clean too much. 
  • You always want everything in a certain place in the house. 
  • You spend too much time with your family. 
  • You spend too much time with your friends. 
  • You don't know how to support me.  
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