Genesis 28:1–2, Then Isaac called Jacob. By this time, it appears that Isaac had had a change of heart concerning Jacob. He was no longer angry with Rebekah and Jacob for their scheming , just acquiescence and acceptance of the fact that his younger son was YHVH’s choice to carry on patriarchal lineage and covenant.
This change of mind was no doubt do to Rebekah’s positive influence on Jacob in helping him to determine Elohim’s will.
The power and influence of a godly and righteous woman on a man’s life for good is not to be underestimated.
Conversely, what is the negative influence on a man’s life of an ungodly, carnally motivated woman?
It is better to dwell in the wilderness, than with a contentious and an angry woman. (Prov 21:19)