When you find yourself spending more and more time or being more and more distracted there is something going on.

Maybe society wouldn’t call it a drug of choice. Maybe you even joke about “having a little problem”.

The truth is that these choices can take you away from your spouse and pull you out of your marriage.

You are “busy” and there are many demands on your time and yet you have a choice.

Every relationship has it’s issues and there will be times and seasons where you will have to go through this with your spouse.

In each time you get to determine how you choose to act.

Numbing yourself with these other behaviors instead of dealing with them head on, doesn’t make the problem go away it only serves to postpone the inevitable that things are going to get worse.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about the seemingly little things that can have an impact on your marriage also known as your drug of choice.

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