Keep your relationship to God above all others. Secondly keep your relationship with your spouse the closes to you.
Remember we all have junk in our trunks. Your goal is to allow your spouse the time to trust you enough to air some of the junk in their trunk while you are doing the same. Marriage is about trust, and building a foundation of love.
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