For women in the unique season of singleness 1. Guard your body and your sexuality Understand that the media is one of the main reasons casual sex is rampant. It is openly promoting careless and nihilistic sex. Those producing this immoral content profit off of your heartbreak and demoralization. They don’t actually care about the long-term effects it’s going to have in your life and in your future family’s life. Your peers are more than likely tempted/influenced by the same media. Go against the grain. Have purpose, goals, standards —guard your heart, body, and your body’s most sacred places....
This is the first pregnancy that we had not “planned”, but it doesn’t mean we didn’t want it. I knew I wanted to have more children but I had said to myself, maybe we can try again in one or two years. LOL
But honestly, before the positive test result, during the month of June, I had this weird feeling like there was another member in the family –isn’t that odd?
For example, I remember this one time we were all out in the backyard, playing and doing stuff with the garden, etc. I was sitting on the little trampoline, petting Hazel (our dog). Our three kids were right in front of me playing and running around. Then I suddenly thought to myself, “Wait, we’re missing someone...where’s…?” I looked around the backyard with a confused look on my face, but also fully aware that all three kids were with us. 😳🤔
By Lawson Speaks A Developing Series 1) Become Traditional You cannot expect to win the affection of a traditionally minded woman if you are living and behaving in a non-traditional way. You must give up all notions of instant gratification offered by this postmodern, hedonistic world, and embrace manhood, excellence, and genuine growth. Become the man that your future Tradwife deserves. 2) Prepare Mentally In the pursuit of a Tradwife, the end goal isn’t simply that you have a wife. In addition to this, she now has a HUSBAND. And what kid of husband will you be? Certainly...
I didn’t know what my purpose was. In my head, it meant making BIG changes in this world. But the only changes I was making now were replacing dirty diapers with clean ones. “I missed out on my purpose…” I’d think to myself. “I’m not reaching the world or making an impact…If only I didn’t marry, if only I didn’t have kids”… then the resentment, despair and threats of leaving would ensue. “This was a mistake!” I’d tell him.