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Ramona Zabriskie
Discover your power to succeed in marriage.
Discover your power to succeed in marriage.
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What is the most impactful inside shift (shift in your mindset) that you’ve ever made in your life? What is the biggest mental block Wife for Life readers have in their relationships? What's your advice for shifting that mental block? Author/coach Emma Bell interviews me on her popular podcast, "The Inside Shift"! https://emmajbell.com/podcast/
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Don't you love her? ”I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles." Audrey Hepburn
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This just in: 12-Year-Old Boy Discovers the Secret to Understanding Women! My friend was taking her grandson home from school yesterday when he excitedly shared the news. "Women," he said philosophically, "are like ocelots in Minecraft. They are unpredictable, a bit crazy and hard to tame. You need to just approach them carefully to not startle them, give them a wide birth, and you'll be fine..."
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"Because your man’s confidence will fluctuate for the rest of his life, you may, like Emily Roebling, have to step up repeatedly to help him battle his fear of failure. Peaks and valleys will test the strength of his convictions. Contests between heart and fate will challenge his masculinity. The world will throw down the gauntlet again and again as if to say, Come on then, let’s see what you’re made of. But it’s not always what he’s made of—it’s often what you’re made of...."
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Women today, either by design, development, or accident, depending on your belief system, are in a very powerful position when it comes to creating and maintaining truly rewarding relationships with men. My latest article on Wellness.com
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“She loved me for the dangers I had passed, And I loved her that she did pity them.” Shakespeare: Othello – Act 1, Scene 3

Wife for Life University | Enroll now for Spring Semester | wifeforlifeuniversity.com
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In grateful and encouraging acknowledgement of the progress she's facilitated in their marriage, one of my Wife for Life University students has received an incredibly thoughtful gift from her husband: a print of the Minerva Teichert painting, "Shouting Hosannah", which I describe in my book:
"My favorite of Minerva’s impressionistic watercolors is Handcart Pioneers, in which a woman wearing a prairie dress stands on her toes, raises her arm, and lifts her chin, as if to salute the company following her as she and her husband crest a mountain pass. Though the pioneer’s enthusiastic gesture bespeaks her joy in accomplishment, it’s the red paisley shawl fluttering round her neck that grabs the viewer. Minerva, an outspoken advocate of women’s rights, purposely and repeatedly chose paisley—a bold, colorful fabric—for her female subjects because to her, the cloth represented powerful women...
"Minerva’s paisley fabric then, epitomizes a Wife for Life, a Dream Maker, a Pioneer Woman. Because she has taken responsibility to manage her fears and cultivate her courage, resilience, and self-reliance, the Paisley Shawl Woman has the power to respond rather than react to her loved one. As keeper of the relationship, a Pioneer Woman has the strength, talent, self-assurance, and fortitude to wave her marriage forward—no matter the height or depth or number of mountains and valleys (or natural disasters) on the road ahead…"
Wife for Life: The Power to Succeed in Marriage | Free study guide at http://ramonazabriskie.com/book
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HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY! My team had me in tears this morning talking about the secret sauce in Wife for Life University: sisterhood and community. They compared the W4LU student body to a group of mountain climbers, tethered together in the struggle and the exhilaration. It's so true. My ladies (from every walk of life and corner of the globe) love one another and root for one another and look out for one another. As the Nigerian proverb says about women: “It is a beautiful necessity of our nature to love.” Nothing can be more basic and beautiful than that.

Wife for Life University: the highly acclaimed one-of-a-kind virtual school for women | Enrollment Now Open for Spring Semester which starts April 5th | Learn More: http://wifeforlifeuniversity.com/
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"Waiting to give him respect until he becomes your dream guy, living up to certain standards or expectations, will never produce results. You can’t wait for a tree to grow before you water it." Wife for Life: The Power to Succeed in Marriage http://ramonazabriskie.com/book
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Regardless of their previous attainments in life—whether negligible or considerable—many well-intentioned men feel their “quest”, that is, their life’s dream and work, is undefined or incomplete without the support and involvement of a loving woman. Is your man one of them?
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