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Oct 12

Episode 2: Time is Not a Four Letter Word

As part of our five part marriage series, today we discuss time and how it is not a four letter word.

 

As all of us live extremely busy and filled lives, spending time together is becoming a rare commodity. Work is becoming much more than a 40 hour a week responsibility and kids can become all consuming. What does that leave for you and your spouse?

We will discuss how it is possible to spend more time together and the benefits of spending time with your spouse.

We will also discuss the difference between quality and quantity time and why both are so very different but equally important.

 

Today we will also talk about how important it is to fight with your spouse......for time.

The benefits will far outweigh the efforts.

So take some time out of your day to listen how to improve your marriage and take it to the next level.

For Trey and I this episode is so pertinent because we had to fight for the time to record this! We were hoping to have this podcast out by Wednesday, but yet due to time, ha, we kept on having to put it off! Trey and I truly have a phenomenal relationship but we have to fight tooth and nail for us to get any actual quality face time.

So why really bother if you have a good relationship with time together? Well, without time spent together, we would not have the relationship that Trey and I have! I relate time together to much liking taking vitamins. At first you really don't notice the difference taking the vitamins. Then, you might notice you are actually feeling pretty good. It is then that you slowly forget to start taking them everyday and you get right back to where you were. Don't forget to take your time vitamin with your spouse!

 

As discussed in show:

Episode 148 Jordan Page on presence at The Family Podcast Network.

 

 

 

 

 

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