'A Wife First' | Being Still


  1. I truly agree with every word in this blog but you said it a hundred times better than I ever could have. Coming from a very different and difficult upbringing I know how important it can be to have parents who value and respect one another. I didn’t have that and it contributed to a lot of uncertainty and unhappiness for me later in life. I hope that I never put my future children in that position. Thanks Molly!

  2. This is an awesome post, Molly. As someone who believes this to be true and understand it to be true, I am struggling. My husband and I have been having tough times the past year, as parents and as a couple, but we are working on our marriage all the time and I can only hope one day to feel madly in love like we did on our wedding day seven years ago. Thanks for writing this. Happy Mother’s Day! xo

  3. I loved this post, Molly! I’m not a mother, but I’ll be a wife in a few weeks! I grew up in a similar household that you described. (I used the think the PDA was gross, but I was so happy knowing that my parents were happy!) This is such a refreshing perspective that I feel like people don’t talk about very much. Thanks for sharing!!


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