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7 Ways to Adore Your Husband

Written by Mark Merrill

September 13, 2018

I can tell you firsthand that there are two things husbands really want: respect and adoration.  So if you want to love your husband well, then adore him well. Here are some ways to help you get started.  First, adore him as he is.  Don’t wait until he’s nicer, more patient, or making more money.  It’s important to lay a foundation and adore him right now for who he is.  Second, adore him for what he accomplishes.  Be specific in how you adore him—whether it’s the way he treats you like a lady, the way he taught your daughter to ride a bike, or the way he fixed the plumbing on his own. For more on this topic on my blog go to MarkMerrill.com.

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