WSP Ep 5: Wanting to Change the Boss Lady – In You!

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In this episode, Ramona and her husband, Dale, answer a women who would rather not come across as a controlling wife, but can’t seem to help herself. Learn why a woman may fall prey to this way of interrelating and how she can improve her relationships with only slight modifications to her attitudes and communication style.

Throw Me a WifeSaver: “I’ve been bossy my whole life. I feel like nothing would ever happen unless I “push” a little. I don’t like that about myself, but it’s like I can’t turn it off. How do I stop it?! Longtime habits are unbelievably hard to break.”

Key Topics:

  • How contemporary feminism has affected women’s attitudes towards assertiveness
  • How “bossing” is different from effective, assertive leadership and communication
  • Some reasons, causes, or triggers of “bossy” behavior
  • How a husband may feel toward her “boss lady” approach
  • Why some women find “switching gears” between different roles difficult
  • Four great solutions for “breaking” the habit if it’s hindering or hurting her relationships
  • How a woman’s strong personality can benefit her husband and family

2 thoughts on “WSP Ep 5: Wanting to Change the Boss Lady – In You!”

  1. Listened to your podcast this morning and it was perfect timing. My husband was telling me this morning that I’m a bull in a china shop trying to get things ready (ie waking up the kids, motivating them to get dressed, the kids’ lunch, my breakfast…). He then went on to mention how I don’t appreciate the things he does. In the end, he said I need “tweaking”. That last comment made me angry, but I know he’s right. When I heard your podcast after today’s eventful morning, I was trying to figure out how to tweak myself. I have never been the bossy one until i became a mother. And you’re right! My loved ones have become irritants lately. How else can I tweak my attitude and demeanor other than the C’s you mentioned? I’ve given ultimatums on things such as refusing to go to bed, which I think is important for a child on a school night. Please help me figure out what else I can do!

    1. Kelly, Kelly, Kelly. The “C’s” are a great fix, but maybe not as deep or as permanent a one as you are seeking! I’m very serious when I say that if YOU are very serious about bringing more balance and peace and positivity and LOVE overall and long-term into your marriage and family, you need to join my WifeSavers Membership program. Please pay special attention to the membership page here and watch the video. Then feel free to write me with any questions: ramona@ramonazabriskie.com XOXOXOX

      https://wifesavers.org/membership/

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