Do you and your husband butt heads over the kids? Are you the disciplinarian while he plays the fun parent? Shaunti Feldhahn gives three tips for dealing with parenting impasses, plus a secret to help your husband see your point of view.
Brian and his wife Jen love building into families and eating great food together. They have three children who all want to move to Montana. Brian serves as VP of Content Development at FamilyLife. He co-founded Catapult Concepts (catapultconcepts.org) to help organizations launch messages that matter. He is also the executive producer on an adolescent-focused documentary series called Brain, Heart, World (brainheartworld.org) aimed at helping change the conversation about pornography in our country and has written Playing Hurt: A Guy’s Strategy for a Winning Marriage.
What If We Butt Heads Over Parenting?
How Can A Good Man Be Tempted By Porn?
Porn is disgusting, fake, and destructive, right? So how could your husband be tempted by it? Shaunti Feldhahn explains, with brain science and biblical wisdom, that while never excusing the sin, you can play a compassionate role in helping him win the battle.
Why Is He So Touchy?
Does your husband sulk or get angry over the weirdest things? Shaunti Feldhahn explains common mail triggers and what’s underneath them. She also provides a “next day rule” that will help you avoid these conflicts altogether.
Why Is He So Interested in Sex?
Wives often think their husbands need sex for only physical reasons. Wrong. Shaunti Feldhahn reveals why having his wife’s desire meets a deep emotional need for a husband that will strengthen the bond of marriage and bolster every other area of his life.
Setting the Pace
Your leadership as a husband is vital.
Playing With a Goal in Mind
Real men play through the pain. Married to Jen for 15 years, Brian Goins asks men to recall their courtship days and the way they “went out on a limb” for the women they loved.