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Over time, the business of life creeps in and even the most deeply committed couples can feel like they're living parallel lives rather than enjoying life together. Their once happily-ever-after can quickly turn into an endless grind of work, chores, errands, and carpool. And the pull of social media becomes more compelling than engaging with one's spouse. In this book, Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley offer practical ways to rekindle the passionate, intimate, heart-to-heart spark of connection between husbands and wives.

©2020 Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley (P)2021 Mission Audio

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I loved this book! We have been married 27 years and are coming out of the roommate stage. The information in this book was right on target with what we did and are experiencing in restoration. Do your marriage a favor and listen to it.

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too heavy on the religious talk

heavy to the point of distraction and annoying. couldn't get past chapter two so annoyed.