The Most Popular Posts of 2014

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Catching up on your reading during the holidays? This week, I’m counting down the most popular posts of 2014 from the Strong Women, Strong Love blog. Each of these posts is a quick read that will give you insights you can use immediately in your marriage.

  1. ‘My Husband Doesn’t Appreciate Me!’

We all want appreciation and validation in our relationships. Researchers have even shown that couples need lots of positive interactions for their marriages to thrive. So what should you do if your husband isn’t saying thank you — or even noticing! — everything you do for your family? Read this post for tips on making your marriage a more appreciative one.

  1. Generosity

Need a quick dose of inspiration? Blog readers this year really responded to this lovely quote by the Sufi poet Hafiz.

  1. ‘I Don’t Want to Be Hurt Again’

This is another short and sweet post that readers liked. It’s a reminder to be brave in relationships even when you feel like putting walls up.

  1. The Real Way to Attract Your Husband

The second most popular post of 2014 debunks all the unrealistic — and even contradictory! — advice women get barraged with about how to be “irresistible” and “seductive.” Check it out to learn why authenticity is the most attractive quality of all.

  1. Strong Women Mistake #1: Micromanaging Your Spouse

Do you ask your husband to do something, and then follow up to make sure he has started and is doing things right? Do you get mad and redo work your husband already completed because it doesn’t meet your standards, and you know you can do it better? If that sounds familiar, you might be micromanaging your husband — and damaging your marriage. You’re not alone. This was the most popular post on the Strong Women, Strong Love blog in 2014. Read it to get tips on breaking the habit of micromanaging.

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