Spend the same amount of time alone with your spouse as you do with your smartphone.
I laughed when I first heard this but I’m not laughing now.
Just go to dinner and watch two people not communicate with each other in the now.
Same is true for families as some parent is on the phone while the rest of the family eats or chats.
Imagine devoting the same amount of time we spent with our smartphones with the people we love the most.
Not just time together.
Time focused on the now – the same way we do it when we’re staring at our screens.
For most couples, the ups and downs they experience can be smoothed over by reminding each other why they got together in the first place and like it or not, it takes face time.
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