You’ve been there before… whether after a large Thanksgiving meal or a meal where you ate too much and need to take a long rest after.

It’s that time when the food coma sets in. That period of time when you check out and don’t do anything.

When you have pushed yourself past the point of no return. Where you can’t really do anything because your resources are depleted.

Food coma is one thing and yet similar to it is a marriage coma.

Unlike a food coma where you knowingly eat more than you should a marriage coma is a bit different. It happens slowly where one or both of you starts to check out of the relationship.

In this week’s show Tony & Alisa talk about how often a food coma (think after Thanksgiving dinner) can also play out in your marriage.

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