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.


Crabb:
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.