S2S QOTD! Do you have “me” time scheduled in your marriage?
According to Dr. Jane Greer
, relationship expert and author of What About Me? Stop Selfishness From Ruining Your Relationship
Here are 3 Benefits to scheduled alone time.
- It fosters Self-Expression.
- Helps you create your own identity.
- Brings New Energy to a stale marriage.
- Helps foster better communication
If you do have frequent alone time, what does it consist of?
If you don’t, why not?
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