In today’s episode Rachel continues the conversations about women’s boxes and how women and men are different. It can be difficult to work with differences but if your loved one has a specific love language or simply if they’re introverted or extroverted, feed into that. In the end, while men may have many less boxes, that doesn’t make them any less capable of understanding our own and us understanding their boxes.
- An ongoing conversation about women’s boxes and a discovery that men have a box they can go into and close everything off around them and think about nothing. (3:16)
- Richard’s desire to be a man of integrity and how their transition to leave their church home was to discover what the Lord means to us outside of the church doors. (6:27)
- A simple exercise to identify what your spouse’s boxes are and be able to care for them well by knowing the answer. (10:45)
- Women have only recently lived in an era to pursue things they love and it’s important to be thankful and grateful for this amazing decade. (12:23)
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