You’ve been sharing with your wife that she is beautiful to you inside and out. You see her as this amazing, incredible gift from God.

A gift that honestly you cannot wait to unwrap.

You want her to realize that it’s not a sin to acknowledge her own beauty and sensuality without feeling dirty and yet your wife doesn’t see herself as beautiful.

Your wife doesn’t feel the same way about herself as you see her.

There is a struggle you both face with reconciling the expectations in the bedroom with the discouraging words that she has received through her life.

Additionally when she looks in the mirror and at her life:

  • she feels stuck
  • unattractive
  • no where near beautiful.

Yet you see her as an amazing woman, wife and mother, but you know there is a  disconnect that is hurting your marriage.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about why your marriage needs the phrase my beautiful wife. You’ll be challenged to use this with your spouse and yet it’s important.

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