How to Please Your Wife in Sixteen Ways

by Contributor

Pleasing your wife on a daily basis is not difficult or really hard. But it does take an ounce of kindness, a dash of thoughtfulness, and a measure of patience.

Hug and kiss her every morning before leaving the house.

Make the last thing you say to your wife when leaving the home something that is kind.

Go to bed at the same tie as she does.

Brush her hair while complimenting her eyes and appearance.

When she's studying herself in the mirror, tell her, "You are so beautiful".

Evict late-night television from your bedroom.

During mid-afternoon, call or send her an email to ask how her day's going.

Try your hand at making breakfast on Satruday morning.

Put gas in her car, vacuum the floor mats, and clean the windows.

Write her a short love letter. list several ways she haas blessed you this year.

Resurrect common courtesies: Hold the door open, offer her your arm.

Put the toilet seat down.

If you hear her engaged in a tough situation compliment the way she handled it.

When you're together in a crowd, find a way to brag on her.

Help her put the kids to bed.

Pray with her every day. Every DAY!

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Items you will need

  • An open mind and a willing heart


  • Be careful when doing these things for your wife, she may become suspicious that something is up!
  • If this sounds like hard work, or it is out of character for the kind of guy you are . . do it anyway the change will do you both good.


  • Ephesians 5:28 In this same way, husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself. (NIV)
  • Article source: FamilyLife, Moments with you. (flannounce@familylive.com)

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