It’s almost inevitable. Life gets crazy, work becomes stressful, kids get involved in activities, and/or a family member receives a medical diagnosis and suddenly, you’re running on empty, life is chaotic, and you realize you haven’t connected with your spouse in a while. It happens! There are so many things in our lives today that require our time and attention, sometimes we fail to take care of ourselves, let alone our relationships. One of the reasons marriages may suffer is because the partners become so busy, they can’t even see the rift starting to form, becoming larger and larger over time. They may feel that it’s just a part of life, so it continues to happen, creating even more space between one another. The good news in all of this? You realize the disconnect is happening. You acknowledge that your spouse hasn’t been a top priority, and you want to do something about it. If you’re reading this article, you’re looking for strategies to make things better, and that’s the first step. There are many ways to close the gap that has formed in your relationship, so don’t worry! Read on for tips on finding ways to re-connect with your spouse.