R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Updated: Jan 27, 2019

Aretha Franklin Knew it all along.


The queen of R&B was not only a power house vocalist and a trail blazer for black American women, but also a relationship therapist!


R-E-S-P-E-C-T! Louder for the people in the back!


We get busy, we get overwhelmed, cramming kids into the mini van for hockey practice, paying bills, grocery store excursions with clipped coupons stuffed in the bottom of our (seemingly) Mary Poppins tote, too busy for church. Isn't Sunday a day to relax and sleep in? Guilty. Frustration and resentment builds, and we drift further and further from our partner. We feel drained, and have little energy left at the end of the day for intimacy. We feel like we're barely keeping our heads above water. Here's the clip you've been waiting for! Sit back, take a few minutes to rejuvenate yourself and your marriage as you watch this podcast.



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