Maintaining friendships after marriage can seem like a lot of work.
You and your spouse are trying to coordinate between your careers, family and each other's circle of friends.
It can sometimes feel like you just don't have enough time for everyone.
And, let's face it, keeping certain people in your life takes planning and effort.
Being married to your best friend is one of the most important relationships you can have, to be sure. But having outside friendships can help create emotional support and contribute to your happiness and overall well-being.
You just need to learn how to prioritize your life effectively to maximize the time you are able to spend with friends.
In this segment, Dr. Pam Peeke and Michelle King Robson discuss how they found a balance between family time and friendships, as well as why it's so essential to have both.