Now, I'm obviously not a wife, but I really love this book; it has so many good points. Even though it's about how wives should relate to their husbands (which is very helpful to read, even though I'm not married yet), it has so many things I can apply to everyday life with all of my family.
I thought I would take one blog post at at time, and share some good parts from each chapter!
It starts out with a 4 page introduction where it generally outlines the book, and the overall purpose. The book starts out with this: "Let me guess...you fully intended to be a positive wife when you first got married...but somewhere between the 'I do' and the 'happily ever after' you found yourself struggling...and suddenly you found that you weren't all you intended you would be". "...If I gaze into my husbands eyes, it might be that I'm trying to get him to help with the kids or take out the trash." The book's emphasis is on how wives should react to their husbands, regardless of what the husband's behavior might be.
She tries to stress the importance of the wife's personal relationship with God. "The positive wife doesn't look only to her husband to fill her with joy and contentment, she looks to her heavenly Father". She goes on to say that every marriage will have problems, because both the husband and wife do, but the real question that determines the state of a marriage is how we will handle those problems.
Hopefully you'll enjoy the quick look of this book, and if it interests you, maybe you'll even think about getting a copy of your own!