Every couple face problem in their relationship.some time these problem create big issue and at last there become a situation for break up or divorce.
It’s the rare couple that doesn’t run into a few bumps in the road. If you recognize ahead of time, though, what those relationship problems might be, you’ll have a much better chance of getting past them.
Even though every relationship has its ups and downs, successful couples have learned how to manage the bumps and keep their love life going, says marriage and family therapist Mitch Temple, author of The Marriage Turnaround. They hang in there, tackle problems, and learn how to work through the complex issues of everyday life. Many do this by reading self-help books and articles, attending seminars, going to counseling, observing other successful couples, or simply using trial and error.
Most common relationship Problem:
Affairs / infidelity / cheating :
This includes emotional infidelity, one-night stands, internet relationships (including ‘sexting’), long- and short-term affairs and financial infidelity
Sexual Problems, particularly loss of libido (Male and Female) and including questions around your gender (bisexual?), or your partner’s gender (bisexual?)
Significant differences in core values and beliefs
Life stages – you have ‘outgrown’ each other or have ‘changed’ significantly for whatever reason
Traumatic and/or Life-Changing Events
Responses to prolonged periods of Stress, such as Work-Related Stress, long-term illness, mental health issues, Financial Problems, problems with the children, infertility and many more
Bored in or with Your Relationship
Dealing with a jealous partner
Having ‘blended’ family issues
Domestic violence, which includes verbal as well as physical abuse: THE most serious relationship problem.
Knowing you should not have got married in the first place! (See my relationship or marriage compatibility test: Stay or Walk Away)
Lack of responsibility regarding finances, children (see: Children in the Middle), health and many other issues
Unrealistic Expectations – still thinking your partner / spouse is the princess / knight and not seeing the ‘real’ human being
Addictions – substance abuse (see: Alcoholism Stages)
Excessive reliance on social media, at the cost of the relationship (see: Facebook Problems)
Lack of support during particularly difficult times from people that matter to you
Manipulation or over-involvement in your relationships with family or friends
Lack of communication about important matters
Poor division of and / or one-sided lack of responsibility for chores and tasks. It is not always women who complain about this relationship problem!
Perceived lack of concern, care and consideration / attentiveness: feeling the relationship is one-sided is a big one!
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