201: I’M SORRY

It is very easy after a confrontation with your spouse to say something like “Are we good?” and expect the issue to be resolved.

In other situations you may not say anything and just go about your business with this unfinished issue hanging around you and your spouse.

When you have many of these stacked one upon another there is going to be frustration and irritation in your marriage.

In this weeks show Tony & Alisa are going to discuss the importance of saying “I’m sorry” so that your spouse knows that you have not minimized, failed to acknowledge or brushed the issue under the rug.

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