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Staying Connected With Your Spouse in Busyness

Cheri Gregory and Amy Carroll, authors of “Exhale,” talk about the danger of prioritizing busy activities which often leads to a neglected marriage.

They encourage couples to resist the urge to “be all things to all people” and first take care of that which is most important — connection with their spouse.

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