This show came out of a conversation we had as Tony walked from the master bathroom into our bedroom… naked.

It occurred to us that those couples who walk around naked are couples who are vulnerable and comfortable with each other.

We realized through this conversation that walking around naked in our own marriage has taken many different forms over the years.

There have been different times in our lives when we would walk around naked and other times when we would not.

These include:

  • Newlywed years
  • New parents stage
  • Young kids around
  • Teenagers and their schedules
  • Empty nesters

Through the years there has been changes to our bodies. We have gone from our early 20s, when we got marriage, to now in our 40s.

This isn’t only about how we look, it’s about how we think we look, and the messages that we give each other.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about being comfortable in your own skin as well as around your spouse as you walk around naked at home.

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