Women’s minds are like balls of string!

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That’s what my husband tells me.

He had a long drive last night and listened an episode of Focus on the Family. He recommended it so I’m passing it on to you.

Differences That Strengthen

Dr. Walt Larimore and his wife, Barbara, offer insight to couples in a discussion based on their book His Brain, Her Brain: How Divinely Designed Differences Can Strengthen a Marriage.

I haven’t even listened to it yet, but I’m going to play it while I get some things done around the house today. I hope it blesses you!

I’m praying for our marriages,
Sue

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Comments

  1. I've never heard that our minds are like balls of string. I have a book that I purchased about six years ago. Men are like waffles, and women are like spaghetti noodles. I didn't realize until reading it that men can only think about one thing at a time, and there is times that they are thinking of absolutely nothing. It amazed me, and so many times now my husband and I will be talking and my mind will go to something else and I say spaghetti noodle as a warning that I'm changing the subject.

  2. Ronel Sidney says:

    I am at work right now so I will have to check this out when I get home… my work computer has no speakers. Blessings, Ronel

  3. Rona's Home Pag says:

    My husband and teen are constantly telling me that I think about too many things.I'm trying very hard to pass on my worries, anxieties and concerns to our Heavenly Father.

  4. Sue-I caught only about 3 minutes of this same teaching on F.O.F. and it rocked my world, too! Can't waite to listen to the whole thing…missing our hanging out time…come swimming soon-love ya, Kath