Friday, June 9, 2017

Being A Cheerleader For Your Own Husband...


Cheering For Your Own Husband, Living From Glory To Glory Blog


Being A Cheerleader For The Home Team

I wanted to share something that I believe was a teaching tool for me!

When I look at my husband and how hard he works!
At Home and at his job!

I had this thought of how I could cheer him on in his life!

( Now, for the record, I do not have a good visual picture of a cheerleader in my head)
Scantly dressed and kicking her heels up, Ra Ra and all that!

But, rather a voice behind him saying things like!
Wow, you did a great job honey
I can't believe you got that all done, you work so diligently
You're so smart to be able to figure that out!
Oh your such a good provider!
(He provides you with protection and security)
And I do not mean he makes a ton of money,
But rather someone who cares about you!

I will give you a little something to think about;

If you are not willing to be your husbands cheerleader;
I can guarantee there is a woman who will be!!

Having someone to notice what you have done is universal.

Look, I can't fix all your problems,
But I can give you some advice as how doing it yourself
in a way that brings him closer to YOU!

There are two teams:
The Home Team
&
The Worlds Team

You want your Husband to get all his Rah- Rah's from HOME!

Firstly, he picked you to be on his Team
(He married YOU)

So be a good Team Cheerleader!

------  ----- He's my man,

Your Man, needs You in his court!
Fight and cheer for him!

So, get your pom- pom's out and start cheering him on!!

(You can buy yourself a set of these at the Dollar Tree)

Were you ever a cheerleader?
Do you want your husband watching cheerleader at sports events?
Get my point?


12 comments:

  1. This is a great idea! I know my husband could really use my cheerleading skills. He is not in his ideal job, even though he works hard, I can tell he feels discouraged sometimes. And yes, I was a cheerleader in junior high! Didn't like being lifted into the air (I was the littlest one), so I didn't continue into high school. You have so many beautiful thoughts Roxy. :)

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  2. I love this! I try to always be my husband's biggest cheerleader. He does work so hard. He's a wonderful provider and he cares so much about me and our family. I try to make it a point of saying at least two or three times a day in different ways, how much he means to me. And you are exactly right. If we don't do it, there is a woman waiting in the wings to take our place.
    Blessings always, Betsy

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  3. So true Roxy! I was a cheerleader in high school. Even though I no longer have a cheerleaders body, I still want to be the only cheerleader he looks at. lol! If we aren't behind our men, someone else will be!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  4. So very true, Roxy. Got the voice but not the outfit....lol. This is a good post! xo Diana

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  5. Thank you Roxy for this timely post. My husband definitely could use my cheerleading.He had a heart attack a few months ago and needs encouragement to know he's taking the right steps to prevent a second one.

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  6. Wonderful post Roxy and a great reminder. I try to be encouraging, patient and a good listener to my husband (who has a very stressful job). Sometimes I do better than others, but its so true what you say, that someone else would be willing to cheer him on if I don't do it. Wise words - thankyou and bless you. ~ Linda

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  7. Thank you for posting these thoughts Roxy.
    There is so much truth in what you have said,
    I enjoy your blog.
    Aline L.

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  8. You are right Roxy, being an encourager in every way really makes a difference. A man needs to hear these things from his wife, for sure. Excellent advice :)

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  9. You are so right Roxy. There are many women out there who would be happy to be the next cheerleader of your man. Everywhere we go, I tell people that my husband takes very good care of me. And he does. He is a wonderful provider, a loving husband and a good father. We have been married a very long time, and I always tell him we grew up together. There are so few lasting things in this life. But marriage is a covenant that should be looked upon as a special gift from God. He created marriage. So it's a good thing, right? No, if you are married, it's the best thing.

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  10. Great post! We'll be celebrating 49 years in September and I've definitely been my hubby's cheerleader, XOXO

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  11. In a world that loves to husband bash, I'm so thankful that you are such an encouragement to husband cheer! I love finding new ways to let my husband know that I love and appreciate him.

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Blessings, Roxy