How do we greet the ones we love?

Have you ever heard the saying “how do you show up?” This generally applies to our attitudes when we go to work, try something new, or starting our day. The same thing can be asked when our law enforcement spouse comes home from work. How do we greet the ones we love when they walk in the door? Sometimes when our partners come home, the first sentence out of their mouth is “Oh boy I am tired”. Our initial response is to say “You’re tired? I woke up 3 kids, got them dressed, made breakfast and lunches, and ran out the door for school drop offs, worked all day, came home, did laundry and then cooked dinner. If you want to talk about tired, well I AM tired”. This is a fair thought to have. But

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