You can't make your husband complete but you can lead by example and complete yourself. If you were single I would tell you to run away from anyone who is not complete. But, depending on the issues that brought about this question, love him, anyway and without condition. In the true essence of the word 'complete', we are all lacking. That is when we must dig into the innermost parts of our souls and spiritual selves and see ourselves as divine beings. The peace that you will have, the resolve of your thoughts, the strength of your love will be overwhelming and a loving husband, complete or not, will have no choice but to reciprocate. You'll be the light to that will stamp out any darkness in your relationship.
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