My concerns about this involve neurophysiology and the fact that men (but not women) process sex and violence in the same regions in the brain.They are in close to one another, and for those who have been abused, these two areas can "fuse" in the brain.Anyway, Christian Domestic Discipline is a resource I would share with you ladies to bring home to your Godly husbands, and for you husbands to bring home to your dear, humble wives.I would encourage you to show it to your male offspring so they can be prepared for the duties ahead of them as the head of the household as per God's glorious plan.I have ALMOST put aside my concerns that I would be controlled by my stepdaughter if we had CDD in our marriage.
There are some Bible verses that abusers use to justify discipline of their wives. 21-33) refers to the mutual submission of husband and wife out of love for Christ.
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I've been very curious about the lifestyle of a "Taken in Hand" & Head of Household" type of relationship.
Husbands should love their wives as they love their own body, as Christ loves the Church." Steven Tracy, author of "Patriarchy and Domestic Violence" writes: "While patriarchy may not be the overarching cause of all abuse, it is an enormously significant factor, because in traditional patriarchy males have a disproportionate share of power...
So while patriarchy is not the sole explanation for violence against women, we would expect that male headship would be distorted by insecure, unhealthy men to justify their domination and abuse of women." Campbell's study in 1992 found no evidence of greater violence towards women in more patriarchal cultures.
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