To tell the truth or not to tell the truth? That is something you may ask yourself when talking to your spouse.

It’s something that seems so minimal and yet it can have a huge impact on your marriage foundation.

There are topics that are not always easy to bring up to your spouse. Topics that can make you feel uncomfortable or “fudging” things a little bit. The reality is that you aren’t “fudging” things you are destroying your foundation.

When you and your spouse are able to tell the truth and be open with each other that is when your marriage begins to grow.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about how and why it matters that you tell the truth when you are talking to your spouse.

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