“When you forgive, you in no way change the past but you sure do change the future.” —Bernard Meltzer

The year started off with us discussing the importance of emotional intimacy in your marriage.

This is how the two of you communicate and is the foundation for growth in the other five intimacies.

How the two of you connect during both the good and tough times will make the difference.

After last week’s show we dealt with a tough time ourselves.

There was a breakdown in emotional intimacy after the show that lead to distance and disconnect.

What you do after the conflict can mean more than what happens during the conversation.

Are you letting pride and ego stand in the way of you giving a sincere apology to your spouse?

Is it an apology that you need to give?


Is it forgiveness that you need to ask for from your spouse.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about the power an apology has on both of you when it comes to your emotional intimacy.

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