March 28, 2008

This Is A Blog For Husbands

The truth is we just forget sometimes, and sadly "sometimes" can turn into "all the time." And before we know it the romance is gone and happiness is on its way out too. We want to be better, but we've lost the motivation or we just don't know what to do or we forgot how or something came up or -- or it's just something we can't quite put our finger on.


Men are, by nature, forgetful creatures. We get settled into our routines and often forget that there is anything else going on in the world. As husbands we can forget that the "anything else" is often "someone else" and we end up hurting the feelings of the one we love most. Our marriage goes stale and we're not even quite sure what happened.


I love my wife more than anything else in this world, and I want her to know that. Sometimes I just need a little help; I need friendly reminders and new ideas to keep things fresh and alive. So I thought about a place where husbands could help each other out, a place where advice could be exchanged, challenges could be made, and romantic ideas could be shared.


Welcome to iamhusband.com. I look forward to getting to know you.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by. As far as advise about making wives happy, I am as in need as anyone.
    The only tip I have is, line up a babysitter yourself and surprise her.

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  2. Great idea for a blog. I pride myself in being sensitive and thoughtful to my better half, but a las, I too fall short sometimes. This blog will be a great source!

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  3. This is a great blog idea. Looking forward to the content.

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  4. awesome blog idea! Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. i am a women living in french polynesia and this page has helped me to let go and remember that when i hurt because of what he does that there is someone out there listening ..i thank the universe with my tears

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  6. Ok, here is my secret for being married for 10 years (sure thats small potatoes for some vets out there); first date your wife frequently. Just because you married her doesn't mean that you don't need to impress her. Second, talk to her about what ever is on her mind. Third, hard work and compromise; learning to give and take a little and adjusting to a new way of living daily is almost mandatory.

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  8. I have two ideas which work nicely for me. Buy some 'Thinking of You' cards and send one a month, of course include a small love note in your hand writing. Second, start a love journal writing love notes with dates at the top of each page. Maybe at Christmas let her see the love you have had all year long, this is something you made just for her.

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