(A short excerpt from my book, How to Win Him and Keep Him Happy: Secrets to Becoming an AMAZING Wife)
Do not complain to him about the problem. Tell him once. He probably already knows anyway. My husband once told me that after I have told him something for the third time (pointed it out once, reminded him twice), it was nagging. I have held on to that since that time because I don’t want to make my husband feel as if I think he is too incompetent to get my message the first (or even second) time. Now, if I decide to tell him something a third time, I am making a conscious decision to make him feel NAGGED. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want that reputation. I want my husband to feel that everything I say is important, and if I use up my opportunities on complaining, degrading, or repeating my concerns about him, eventually I will dilute the importance of my words, in his opinion. As a result, he will start to listen less closely, rendering my opinions less and less important and impactful to him. In the end, I will lose his respect.
After you have stated your concern once or twice, and he doesn’t change, pray for him, believing that he will change, forgiving and staying in faith for your husband. You will see change. God can change the heart of a king.
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