7 Ways to LOVE Your Husband

Before you start reading this, I just want to let you know that I do not do all these things with blissful glee. I want to, I’m a work in progress with the intention of being a more godly wife, probably much like you.

Sometimes when I read about the Proverbs 31 wife, I feel in adequate, that I’ll never measure up and that I’ve failed A LOT!

At times, instead of lifting my husband up, I put him down. I’ve been quick to reply with harsh words, and since my nature isn’t touchy-feely, I’ve avoided giving the kisses and hugs when he gets home from work even when I know he so desperately needs them.

So with that said, here are 7 Ways to LOVE our husbands, or as I’ll look at it, to be the BETTER wife that I so desperately want to be. And as Valentine’s Day approaches and we begin thinking about loving our husbands, I hope this list can inspire us to be just that–become better, more godly wives to our guys.

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7 Ways to Love Your Husband

1. Be full of encouragement.

Be supportive, helping him fulfill his needs and goals in life.

I once heard someone say that one of the most attractive… read more over at Keeper of the Home where I share 7 ways to love our guys!!

What other ways do you love your husband? What are your best suggestions on learning to be a better wife?


About Rachel

Rachel is a mother to four children and a wife to a wellness doctor. Her passions are faith, family, and health. You can find her writing about her family adventures and inspiring you to make healthier choices for your family.


  1. Love this post! Am sharing it via social media this week! Hope you are feeling great! Not much longer until baby arrives, right? Praying for you!! xoxo


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