Bumping up against the limits of our time, energy, and resources is one of life’s greatest frustrations.

As noble as our intentions and aspirations may be, we all are forced to prioritize how we will spend our finite time and resources in the face of limitless demands and opportunities. Recognizing our personal and professional limitations and being deliberate in the choices we make, allows us to bring our best selves to our careers, families, and lives in general.

In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Dr. Dave and Ashley of the On Call with Dr. Dave podcast to talk through the impact of high-demand careers on relationships and the important role that self-awareness, honest communication, and conscious choosing play in keeping resentment and entitlement at bay.

Listen to the full episode to learn more about:

  • Collaboration and partnership

  • Important factors to discuss before pursuing a high-demand career while in a relationship

  • Combating entitlement and resentment 

  • Keeping play and eroticism alive in marriage 

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