This article is very good. As it says in the Purpose of Finer Femininity:
“We have the awesome responsibility and power to “make or break” our relationships.
It is all about self-sacrifice, submission, thankfulness, kindness, graciousness, etc.
The world around us teaches the opposite and it is so easy to slip into this mindset. “
Matt Walsh hits the nail on the head with his post From The Matt Walsh Blog
I can’t tell you where I was or who was there or when it happened. I don’t want to add to this guy’s humiliation, so I am keeping this vague and generic. I can simply tell you that, some time ago, I found myself in the same vicinity as another married couple.
I certainly can’t read their minds, and I don’t know what goes on behind the scenes, all I know is that the husband couldn’t seem to utter a single phrase that wouldn’t provoke exaggerated eye-rolling from his wife.
She disagreed with everything he said.
She contradicted nearly every statement.
She even nagged him.
She brought up a “funny” story that made him out to be incompetent and foolish. He laughed, but he was embarrassed.
She was gutting him right in front of us. Emasculating him. Neutering him. Damaging him.
It was excruciating.
It was tragic.
It also was, or is becoming, pretty par-for-the-course.
Read more here.
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