by Dr. Debi Smith

The wise woman builds her house,
but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down.
PROVERBS 14:1

So who is this Wise Woman?

  • How does she think differently than the foolish one?
  • How does she truly feel about her life & love?
  • What does she do differently daily?

Hello! Welcome to A Wise Woman’s Guide.

For more than a decade, I have been teaching women about biblical, research-based ways to understand and be in partnership with the men they love.

That task completed (like it ever could be, right?), I decided to conduct a survey to find out what my readers would like from me next.

In particular, I wondered how I might find ways to encourage Christian men to build satisfying relationships through leadership filled with confidence & compassion (1 PETER 3:7)

The results surprised me.

One man I interviewed believed I most definitely should switch my focus to writing for men and suggested I begin by reading his all-time favorite Christian book about real manhood.

I took his suggestion seriously. But as I dove into the material, I had one of those “suddenly” moments we read about in the Bible.

Suddenly I realized that most women – including myself – don’t fully understand our value and our purpose in today’s world.

Therefore, My Next Project is for all of us to seek a deeper understanding of what it means to be a woman from a Christian perspective.

Another surprise … An awful lot of books for women aren’t much help. But a few others got me thinking. And I had another “suddenly” moment.

Wisdom is Personified as a Woman!

Who knew, right? You did, of course. And women are a major theme in the Book of Proverbs. This one jumped out at me first:

The wise woman builds her house,
    but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down. PROVERBS 14:1

So who is this Wise Woman?

  • How does she think differently than the foolish one?
  • How does she truly feel about her life & love?
  • What does she do differently daily?

That’s what this website is about.
I hope you’ll follow along with me!

We can learn together.
Please feel free to post your comments.
You can help me keep the info clear & relevant.

Ready? Let’s do this!

Warmly,
Dr. Debi

2 thoughts on “by Dr. Debi Smith

  1. Have you ever considered publishing an ebook or guest authoring on other sites?

    I have a blog centered on the same ideas you discuss and would love to have you share some stories/information. I know my readers would appreciate your work.

    1. Thank you, Nuri. I have actually written several ebooks about the Psychology of Men & Marriage. They are available for free download from NoiseTrade. Warmly, Dr. Debi

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