His Why

Yesterday I talked about knowing your why. It helps to understand your personal motivations when you make choices.

When your husband does something you don’t like, take the time to ask him about his why.

His Why - Ask kindly and respectfully about his why to sort out bad choices.

Why did he lie to you? Why did he not call when he was going to be late? Why did he hide a purchase?

If you can ask kindly and respectfully, you can help him understand his own why and you may be closer to finding a bit of understanding and a solution.

Be that compassionate and gracious friend that can help him sort out his why.

Life is a matter of choices, and every choice you make makes you.  John C. Maxwell

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2 Comments on “His Why

  1. This is great! I just got done replying to a wife on The Generous Husband comments about communication and how different women and men can be. Asking “kindly and respectfully” keeps the lines of communication open and often reveals a surprising reason that the spouse never considered (because they don’t think like the opposite sex).

    • I think it may lead to some healing of the relationship too. If your spouse does something not so nice and you can respectfully mutz around in the “why” part of it, then you are not slapping them for it, you’re trying to help understand and make life better.

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