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Better Than Yesterday: Osher Günsberg

Where I lose count of how many relationships I've had in the ten years I've been with my wife

After an argument with your partner have you ever caught yourself thinking “if only things were like they used to be” ?

News flash - that wont make it better.

Osher and Audrey celebrated ten years together over the weekend, and over that time how many different relationships do you think they had? (With each other that is)

Here’s a clue - it’s more than how many years they’ve been together.

In this episode, Osher reflects on the many different ways “things used to be”, and highlights how reinventing your relationship is probably the only way to get through the challenges life throws at two people trying to grow together.

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