Gillis, Linda
August 2007
Guideposts;Aug2007, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p78
The article discusses the author's experience of undergoing a therapeutic separation with her husband. She describes the things she hates about her husband. She details how a little rubber frog owned by their granddaughter helped them get back together. The features of their first date in forty years are outlined. She reveals how she re-discovered her love for her husband.


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