#037: 7 Ways to be Your Wife’s Hero (Podcast)

be a hero

Whether it’s Batman, Superman, or Spiderman, these superheroes all have one thing in common: they know how to show up at just the right time and in just the right way. So if you’re looking to save the day in your marriage, then you’re in the right place. Check out the 7 best ways to be a hero to your wife by listening to my podcast on today’s show.

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Be your wife’s hero in these 7 ways:

  1. Take care of the details.
  2. Support her when she’s struggling (e.g. Do her chores when she is sick).
  3. Listen to her.
  4. Defend her in front of the kids.
  5. Notice the little things.
  6. Encourage her.
  7. Pray with and for her.

Episode Resources

How to Tag Team in Parenting

8 Outside-the-Box Date Ideas

What Happens When You Don’t Listen to Your Wife

5 Things Wives Wish Husbands Knew

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  • CJ

    I’ve attempted to do pretty much everything on this list, but realized a long, long time ago that my wife will never view me as her “hero”. Heck, she doesn’t even respect me, affirm me and I even question her love for me. Her actions have pretty much shown me that I am not as special as many other people in her life (our kids, other relatives, her co-workers).

    I have done the old “if the house was on fire, who would I pull out first?” She has always topped my list. When it comes to her list, I feel I would find myself somewhere in the mid to low teens. But it is what it is and I have to just accept that. I am not going to be her hero or the most special person in her life no matter how many times I do any one or all of these items on this list.