This is my question >Do you think that woman tend to be more obstinate now compared to when women were more meek and submissive. Do you think they are bad qualities to have? this is how i feel> this is not a christian question but in the bible these things are taught upon and woman are praised to be kind hearted, gentle, to not give in to anger and to respect and submitto your husband. i am a xtian and i find beauty in it.a calm gentle wise soul compared to an over opinionatedrude stubborn person who tries to over power a man. i find beauty in a man is the man a woman is a woman they are perfectly fit as a team but the man is the head of the house. I just want to say as the head he loves and protects its not something to abuse and over power a woman.
"Showing patience and humility; gentle or another patient, long-suffering, or submissive in disposition or nature; humble"
I see where you are coming from, especially with the above definition. This is who I want to be for my husband and children. I want to be a caregiver, I want to help make my home a peaceful, loving, nurturing place for my family. I don't want my husband to feel like he has to do chores the minute he walks in the door from a long day at work. I've never been one of those wives that demand their husbands do half the house work and completely financially support the family. I want a manly man and I enjoy being a feminine woman.
Answer by scout_mom at 8:52 AM on Apr. 3, 2011
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Answer by kayslay at 4:18 PM on Apr. 2, 2011
I'm right there with Octobersmom. I want, and want to BE, an equal. That's why your spouse is called your "PARTNER in Life". I get that not everyone agrees with this.
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