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When she is actively involved with ministry events, decisions made by her husband and herself are not thoughtless, selfish ones.They are decisions that are made through prayer for the good of the church as a whole, and with the future in mind. Because she needs to minister to many ladies and keep many confidences, it may seem at times like she doesn’t want to be as close to you as you want to be to her. She is honored and blessed if you take the time to get to know her and become a trusted friend to her. She desires to have spiritual fellowship with other ladies She does not want to appear “holier than thou” or like a spiritual superwoman- she just wants to sharpen and be sharpened. When a church member passes away, she grieves as if it were a family member.Incidentally, one of her friends visited us and hinted that my wife is “not as simple as she pretends to be”. That kind of probing is guaranteed to make any relationship worse.As of today I’ve planned to post questions about her past relationship(s) in the confessions page of her school. However, there’s another aspect to this in your case.She wishes she could push a button and make everything better. In most cases, she does not have a thirst for power or even a desire to lead. Join a private online Heart-to-Heart group and find hope with other women who are walking the same road that you are walking.She doesn’t naturally enjoy being visible and “up front.” She does it by the grace of God. She loves ministering to women- it is a passion, a drive. Click on “Join a Heart-to-Heart group” on the menu bar and send me a message requesting to join.You’ve mentioned one of her friends has tried dropping you hints about her past.
Spouses might have the right to ask each other private questions.
That’s something you have a right to protect yourself against. Then mention to her that, at the same time you don’t want to receive info about her past life from outsiders and look like a fool.
So the middle ground here is to know only as much as is necessary, and in this case you have a right to demand that information from your wife. Tell her first that you love her as she is, and that you have realized that finding out intricate details about her past life is not going to help your relationship. Between the two of you, you might have issues (every couple has).
I’d expressed intentions of joining Facebook and connecting with her batch mates in the hope of finding out about her past and whether she had sex before marriage. Normally I would tell you to close your eyes, take a deep breath and let it go.
She vehemently opposed this and refused to give away even the names of her classmates. In spite of what all this might suggest, I love her. Usually you achieve nothing by finding out the details of your spouse’s sex-life before he/she met you.
While she doesn’t mind doing this, she has adjusted to an “on call” feeling in the home, a feeling that resembles being married to a doctor. She treasures the special notes, phone calls, tokens of appreciation, and friendly conversations. When you come to her with a problem or need counseling from her, she aches with you. She strives to have a close relationship with God, but she is a sinner, a human- and she does fail. If she is being/doing what God expects from her then she is fulfilling her calling. is the pastor’s wife, and not you, because of the calling of God on her husband’s life.