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Women admit to having fear about leadership. It is natural when they have not done it. That fear is a fear of the unknown, a fear of failure or a fear of success etc.... He can help her get more confidence in many ways - participation, complements, open and helpful comments and obedience. She can grow her confidence by learning from others and asking for those things he can do to help her lead.
Author: Randy 2011-01-06 19:49:40
It is so true that women are staggeringly uncomfortable and unknowlegeable about leadership but it is hilarious that they don't because they are the most suited people to it on the planet so how can we change this? I desperately want to change this phenomena. How can we take the shades off of women's eye's. email@example.com
Author: Modern guy 2012-05-09 15:28:47
Wow, lucky me witness to my wife of 11 years begin taking overt charge today of daily affairs... Haven't felt this hot ... ever! Especially like buying her things, adorning her now suddenly. Crazy.... love the flr idea for hubby trust in and support her like she trusted in you, that you were a nice guy ... when marrying at the altar. Look where 4500 years of patriarchy has gotten us. Wake up take charge ladies before the dicks destroy mother earth.
Author: Especiallyhers 2012-08-20 17:33:48
This was my wife's greatest fear after 41 years of marriage. Let's just say that I have a lot more experience and education that allows me to make difficult decision after careful consideration of the facts. My wife is more guided by her emotions which is why we are a good team. What I told her was that like the CEO of a corporation, she could delegate tasks depending on who was most qualified to carry it out. That could be me, her or jointly. I also told her that the purpose of a FLR was not to burden her with all the decision making but rather free her to enjoy life more after putting my needs before hers for so long. The last thing that I told her, and the one that did the trick, was that if she made a decision to make a left turn on a road and I knew that if she did not we would drive off a cliff, I would step in and prevent that from happening rather than blindly deferring to her leadership role. I told her that I would be her safety net. I was not expecting her to become an expert on all the things I know about but rather a leader who assigns tasks, gets updates and has final approval. Under our FLR she can run our relationship any way that makes her comfortable and I think that finally sunk in as the look of a scare child has left her face and she is getting more assertive.
Author: Guest 2013-11-10 16:22:28