Intimate Confessions: Always Honor a Man’s Wife!

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Intimate Confessions: One of the worst mistakes I ever made in my life was… this is a tough one… not honoring a wife’s request to end my friendship with her husband! In arrogance and ignorance I smugly told her that was a discussion she should be having with her husband and not me!

What do you think happened next…

…He and I ended up having an affair. See, that wife knew her husband had affections for me that were much deeper than he or I could see and she was trying to protect everyone involved. If I had humbled myself and honored her request, I never would have fallen. It is a mistake I paid for dearly and the consequences follow me to this day. That was not my proudest moment and that wife has never forgiven me, but at least I can use the experience to help others.

So ladies listen up: No matter how special of a friendship you think you have with a man, if his girl/wife is not comfortable with it, the honorable, Godly, lady-like and wise thing to do is to respectfully back out of the friendship. That woman knows her man much better than you, and even if she seems “off in the head” and there is nothing at all going on, you should still show the same compassion you’d want in that situation and not be a stumbling block. Your presence is adding strain to the relationship and that is not something that will go unreciporcated. Take it from someone who found out first hand, the very hard and painful way. PLEASE ALWAYS HONOR A MAN’S WOMAN, EVEN IF HE DOESN’T!!!

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~Insights from Dr. Intimacy~ {c} copyright 2015, Laneen DrIntimacy Haniah

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One thought on “Intimate Confessions: Always Honor a Man’s Wife!

  1. Very well stated my sister. As the scripture admonishes, no man can take fire onto his bosom and not get burned. I believe as you state that wisdom is knowing when and when not to pursue any decision.
    Yes we may know (or think) we know ourselves. We could claim that we have the means and strength to not “go beyond” but then like you say, reality takes us elsewhere.
    It is no wonder the Bible declares that we “flee your youthful lusts”. The flesh is no respecter of a person or anointing. It is simply “the flesh” and so prevention in this instance is way better than cure. Stay away and keep it all in the light.

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