I am currently reading a book called: Marriage A Taste of Heaven; Volume I: God's People Appreciate Marriage. It's a book my mom read when she was first married (back in the early 70's...so yes, it's an oldie, but a goodie) and this fall, my mom, sisters, and I are going to be using it as a bible study.
Chapter three is titled: The Plight of Silly Old Women and the author spends time talking about the emotions that God has given women that differs from men.
I just want to share a couple of quotes and let them speak for themselves:
"While God gave women this sixth sense to make them better suited for serving Him and others, God never intended for women to think with their emotions." (pg 67)
"At the same time, women also possess a single-mindedness that prevents them from overlooking problems." (pg 67)
"Trouble enters the picture, however, when women cease to focus their emotional antenna on others. Instead, they turn their sensitivities inward to create and to magnify their own unhappiness as they allow their emotions to rule their intellect." (pg 68)
Can anyone relate!?!