Common courtesy is something that you know you should extend to your spouse and yet it’s not happening.

It may be because you allow your spouse’s actions to dictate if you will be courteous or not.

The thing is that true common courtesy should not be a reaction but instead a heart attitude.

This means that you say “please” and “thank you”, you call to let your spouse know that you are running late, and even ask what can you can do for your spouse.

In this week’s show Tony & Alisa talk about the impact you can have on your marriage when you use common courtesy with your spouse.

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