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How can eating breakfast together help strengthen relationships?

Dr. Kathleen Hall
Preventive Medicine
Breakfast is the first chance for loved ones to gather each day. As difficult as it may seem, sitting down together and sharing a meal can deepen intimacy over time and set a positive tone for the whole day. Even if it is only five minutes, that's five minutes together. Commit to five minutes each morning, and see any time over that as grace.
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