Category: Masculine vs. Feminine
The Purpose of A Loving Marriage
For Men & Women As March is the month of connecting to our purpose, I recently wrote a post Why Do You Do what You Do? and in the following article, I wanted to explore how we connect to our purpose when we are loving, […]
During times of uncertainty…
Hold On To Good Habits It has never been a more important time to have a loving and strong marriage. During this time of difficulty, hold on to your good habits so you and your spouse can be a source of strength and peace for […]
Why is the book written just for women?
This is a question I get asked a lot – and I totally get it, because I have asked the same question myself, a lot! It may seem as though if a book is written for exclusive women, it is reinforcing the notion that the […]
My Top 99 Books
Somebody recently asked me what had happened to the booklist I had online, which I realised had inadvertently gotten lost – what better an opportunity to compile another one. Here, my cherished readers, are my 99 best-loved books! I love all of these books for […]
Dear Cherished Readers I pray you are all well. It’s been a while since I posted and there is a big reason for that: I don’t know where to start! And now, after returning from a blessed trip to Egypt, I just feel like I […]
Respect for men… and women.
I started of my Surrendered journey realising that women can be really disrespectful to men – in the way they talk to them and in the way they talk about them. So I started watching my language when I spoke to him and also when […]
Kindness is feminine
Kindness is a supremely feminine and highly desirable trait – Prince Charming always fell for the kindhearted Princess and not the wicked witch (no matter how beautiful she was). Kindness is also an asset in men, but is traditionally associated with nurturing, sweet and loving […]
When queens ride by
By Agnes Slight Turnball, 1888. Jennie Musgrave woke at the shrill rasp of the alarm clock as she always woke—with the shuddering start and a heavy realization that the brief respite of the night’s oblivion was over. She had only time to glance through the […]