You’re worried about your relationship.
You’re picking at each other. The gaps between fights are getting shorter, but it’s taking longer to patch things up.
You seem to have lost your connection, your spark. It doesn’t feel like fun. You know your relationship needs work but you can’t find the motivation to try.
You head away for a weekend together. It’s nice. But then you get home, the rush of life takes over, and you’re back where you were. Niggling, annoying each other, going head to head over the same old things.
This is the point at which many couples first consider counselling. But then they abandon the idea: research shows couples wait an average of six years before taking a proactive step.
Side note… the Mamamia team confess our relationship deal-breakers. Post continues after video.
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