Relationship Advice For Married Women

Although a woman’s mind is a mystery to men, and even to women themselves, a woman’s heart is divine. Her heart, when open, spreads a joy felt by all in her presence.

Society is getting better at understanding the true strength and power of women, but people who still think men and women are the same have a lot to learn.

Many women believe they must compete with men, on men’s terms. They do not realize by doing so they give up their own power: the power of love — far greater than men’s physical power. When a woman transforms her love into action, no man can resist.

Here are some tips for married women that allow you to be truly empowered by love:

  • The heart of a woman is irresistible. Make your heart the voice of guidance.
  • A woman’s compassion can make a man’s heart melt. Never resort to the vulgarities of anger.
  • Nurturing from a woman gives her man renewed strength. Always treat your man with tenderness. Let him know you are all heart by how you act and communicate.
  • A smile from a woman gives her man self-confidence. Brighten his day with smiles of encouragement meant only for him.
  • When a woman recognizes her man as her hero, he becomes one. When a woman praises her man, he becomes the greatest man who has ever lived.
  • Showing tender affection (not lust) in the bedroom, makes her man want only to protect his family.
  • Dressing for her man, feeling confident and beautiful for him, a wife removes all desire for any other woman.
  • Always show love and kindness. The crudeness of lust compared to the love a woman can express is like sand compared to diamonds. The crudeness of nagging compared to sweet requests is like sharp stones compared to sweet nectar.

A woman’s power to hold her family together in love and harmony lies in her willingness to exude the sweet fragrance of her heart at all times. The beauty of her smile, her thoughts, and her actions cannot fail.

Paul Friedman
Paul Friedman
Founder, The Marriage Foundation
Paul devised an entirely new approach to marriage that empowers individuals to finally understand and cultivate expanding happiness and love in their marriages.

He has written two books, produced several video educational programs, regularly speaks on marriage, and founded The Marriage Foundation as a non-profit organization.

Our mission is to end divorce by spreading Paul's revolutionary marriage system around the world. We have helped thousands of individuals and couples for nearly 20 years and in over 45 countries.

3 thoughts on “Relationship Advice For Married Women

  1. Kiki Honey Reply

    Great advice – girl power ladies! It’s so important to love ourselves and we should never forget that.

  2. Nova Love Reply

    Hey, I am currently going through a pretty tough time in my relationship with the other half and this blog post couldn’t have came at a more convenient time, I have been crying my eyes out (yes, literally!) for numerous months (yes, months!) now as me and my other half have split up. This wasn’t just any ordinary relationship, this was a bond between 2 individuals that I believed to have been amazing, however, after a while their real colors started to shine and they started to be physically abusive….. they even began to meet up with random people and have sex with them. What would you advise to any person that’s currently aching from a relationship that’s ended due to being cheated on with someone else? The first 2 years of the relationship was absolutely fine, it was excellent in fact, both of us would go to the pictures (otherwise known as the movies), eat at a fancy restaurant, be very intimate, it was like they changed overnight into a different person. It would be amazing to get a message back from you… (I would love to speak to someone about this). x

    • Paul Friedman Post authorReply

      Dear Nova
      I am truly sorry for the pain and suffering you are living through. But of course our whole mission is to help people who are still in their marriage, even if it is almost over. I suggest you find a grief counselor so they can help you move forward, not get stuck in the memories and heartbreak.

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