Crabb: When I was in private practice and going in to work to see my seven or eight clients, a number of times I had to call her and straighten out something with her, because I was of no use to anyone when I was at odds with my wife.


Willard: The Germans did studies with this and found that health benefits were associated with kissing your wife in the morning–much lower blood pressure, fewer heart attacks.

Something as simple as that. That’s the power of emotions.


Ortberg: So are the Germans doing that more now?


Crabb: My wife would like to live in Germany if that’s the case.


Willard: It’s a powerful kind of thing; it really is.


Join us for Part Two of the conversation tomorrow.