1. What does "pursue your wife" mean?

    To "pursue" your wife, is to love her; to practice acts of service and kindness towards her. I know that there are many denotations of the word "pursue" that have more to do with chasing/attacking/tracking than loving. But emphasize in your mind the connotation of the word in which husbands win the affections of their wives. Shakespeare said it well with, "She's beautiful, and therefore to be wooed; She is a woman, therefore to be won."

  2. What is the point of this website?

    I, Grant Jenks, created this site to build an online community in which men could receive reminders and share ideas to pursue their wives. In all honesty, I'm hoping to get ideas from other men based on their acts of service and kindness toward their wives.

  3. How does it work?

    Once every couple weeks, you'll receive an email reminder encouraging you to do something to pursue your wife that day (don't worry, you can turn off email reminders). In that email, there'll be a link to the Ideas database. You can get there right now by clicking "Ideas" across the top of this page. Select an idea (or create a new one) that appeals to you as a way to show your wife love that day. On the page is a link that says "Pursue this idea" for this purpose. Once you choose to pursue an idea, you'll also select a "pursuit date" with which to associate it. Do so and then you can mark the pursuit as active. Once you've actually done the idea, mark the pursuit as completed. It's really easier than that all sounds. Don't be afraid to click around as everything can be undone. Please also feel free to provide feedback through the contact form.

  4. I need to contact someone regarding this website. How do I do that?

    Please use the contact form.

  5. What does the '[alpha]' mean in the upper right-hand corner of the page?

    The term 'alpha' refers to an early stage in software development. This service is currently provided as-is with no guarantees. Though I have done my best to produce a high-quality website, I am still working out the kinks. Please bear with me and continue to use the site as these are worked out. Wikipedia does a good job explaining the software release life cycle.

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