We are all affected differently by our struggles, and this crisis may bring out some surprising responses in those we love.
Maybe your man seems to be having the time of his life. He’s spending his newly found free time and energies on meaningless activities making you wonder why he’s not as concerned about your family as you think he should be. There’s a good chance that even if your man is not a worrier, he is carrying some concerns.
As wives, we are one with our husbands. We are completers and helpers, but I question what I can do to help, especially right now. I can’t fix this pandemic. I can’t fix this economy. I can barely fix dinner some nights. How can I be the helper he needs in a time of crisis?
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Hollie Gilman is a freelance writer who has spent the last 21 years momming, homeschooling her 3 almost-grown-and-flown children, and working with her husband of 24 years. She is a lifelong passionate learner in all things Faith, Health, and Leadership. Right now she is loving her new life in the country (being a pretend farmer) just outside her hometown of Richmond, VA. Her blog is where she spills her guts on the things of the heart we all share: faith, life, love, family, and anything else that tumbles through her mind.