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My Wife Doesn't Love Me Anymore – Ask the Smalleys

“I don’t love you anymore,” can be the most devastating thing your spouse can say to you. Erin Smalley, strategic marriage spokesperson for Focus on the Family’s marriage ministry, shares advice on how, by opening up your heart to your spouse, you can create a safe space for your spouse to open up their heart to you. By God’s grace, this could lead to true intimacy and reconnection in your relationship.

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