How To Be the Woman Of Your Husband’s Dreams

Going into the long weekend, I know that many families will be spending a little extra time together. I thought it would be a great time to remind all of us to give our husbands some praise and encouragement.

Courtney Joseph says it all so well in her video below. I love the way this chick sharpens me!

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You are loved by an almighty God,

Darlene Schacht
The Time-Warp Wife

Courtney Joseph is a long time Bible study leader and founder of WomenLivingWell.org and WomenLivingWell.tv and cofounder of GoodMorningGirls.org. Courtney is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute. She is married to her high school sweetheart and homeschools her two children.

Check out Courtney’s new book, Women Living Well: Find Your Joy in God, Your Man, Your Kids, and Your Home


  • Brenda

    Great encouragement! I definitely need to work on the first thing in the morning encouragement. I am not a morning person and my first inclination is not to be sweet to my hubby. How fun will that be for him if I can start the day off by something other than growling at him!!

  • Keri

    For some reason, I can’t get the sound to work on this clip. Operator error? Maybe. But, JIC thought you should know. 🙂

    • Darlene Schacht

      There’s also a little button on the video itself. Sometimes when i try to watch a video, it’s turned off. I don’t know why. Have you checked that? Otherwise, I wish I knew.

  • Cynthia

    This goes directly to how a woman can build an emotional connection with a man. If he feels good when he is around you, he will want to be with you. This is a relationship skill that is not mentioned often enough. Thank you for sharing.

  • Samantha

    Thank you for sharing this, and you are so right – I have noticed that men really are attracted to women that come across as flirty, but in reality they might just be praising him, which he may not be getting anywhere else (let’s face it, at work there is probably more negative-attention, and stress, so when he’s not getting any positivity at home then he will be very attracted to it elsewhere.

  • Joycelyn

    Thanks so much for the reminder! You would think after 37 years of marriage, I would have this down pat. As the years roll on things seem to become the same old routine, day in and day out. I’d often dreamed of the “empty nest” years but didn’t really plan for it. Now that its just the two of us, we have time but don’t know what to do with it with each other. Sounds strange, huh?

  • Crystal Storms

    Great insight with some natural ways to show my husband my admiration and be the woman of his dreams : ) I just like writing that … Being the woman of my husband’s dreams!

  • Joanna

    I think this video makes a really valid point in that we, as wives, need to be our husband’s main encourager. I do think however, the tone of the video can lead to a sense of fear and mistrust in a relationship. We need to encourage our husbands because we want to and we love them. Our encouragement should not be coming from a place of fear that someone else may be flirty with our husband. That can lead to trust issues of the worst kind.

  • Lisa : )

    I just sent my hubby a text! Thanks for the reminder. I usually do build him up but at times We all forget. : )

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