My husband and I have been married since mid-2019 together since 2015 before we would have arguments a lot but over the small thing and get over it, but lately, it’s gotten worse. It’s become an everyday thing for him to get so upset over something so little, and I won’t lie. I do get mad at him for honestly the smallest things. I’m so unhappy in our marriage with myself and with the way things are going. Should I try to fix my marriage? We have a toddler, and all we’ve ever wanted was to raise a family together and make our child the happiest we can. He doesn’t understand right now, but I don’t want him to grow up with his parents fighting all the time. Help!?
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If you love each other, dont give up. But if the love is gone, maybe just part ways. Or try to fall back in love with one another.
Why give up so easy for something you once cared for?
It comes down to if you love your marriage or not. You have to work for your marriage together.
Marriage is a 24/7 job that your constantly learning about.
I think if you argued a lot beforehand it’s probably not going to disappear. If you truly want it to work, he has to want it too. And if you both do, maybe seek counseling to help learn new habits and to better your communication. Goodluck
You shouldn’t of married him if your thought of committing to someone is worth 4 years of a 100 year life pay for the divorce especially if you need to ask people before God what you should do
If you don’t know what to do, you’re not ready to split. When it’s time to walk away, you’ll know.
Try marriage counseling if that doesn’t work then it’s time to leave cause if you’re so unhappy your child can sense it more then you think. It’s better to leave than stay in a toxic situation
Why is fixing your marriage a question? If it’s fixable- why wouldn’t you?
Clearly you didn’t understand what you were signing up for when you said “I do.” To consider giving up on your marriage so soon is ridiculous and isn’t holding the promise you made. Try saving your relationship first, consider counseling.
So you been married what about 1 yr and already to call it quits…
I mean marriage isn’t all rainbows n sunshine all the time
And covid does add extra stress
Lack of work n together alot more n not going out
Try talking to him about it or try marriage counselling
I’ve been married to my husband for 12 years we have 4 teens and I’ve been there. We did marriage counseling and 2x a month had date night where we could just focus on us and our marriage. Another “rule” we have is to never go to bed angry with each other. If you feel your marriage is worth saving then I’d highly recommend marriage counseling
Why get married if you’re willing to throw in the towel after a year? Marriage isn’t easy. And it certainly doesn’t get easier. The fact that you’re even questioning it after only a year says you weren’t ready for that kind of commitment.
Having a child really tests even the best relationships! Don’t give up! Hang in there and maybe try counseling first unless you truly know you dont want to be with him. Think about how you feel when you picture not being together. How does that thought truly make you feel?
We’re you guys all isolated together for the three months? Are you still? A lot of stress has been going around and it affects everyone even if it doesn’t directly affect you. Maybe someone is venting on him and he just doesn’t have it in him right now. See if he’ll talk or go to counselling. You did marry him so younplanned to put the effort in at one time. Hugs. I went ten years of trying and had to end it for the sanity of everyone. Hugs.
If you want to work it out for the success of your family then absolutely do something. Couples counseling is a great way to help fix things see things differently and resolve issues .
Um. Who isn’t arguing more since we have all been stuck home with nowhere to go and nothing to do?
I say leave and never look back
Try The Love Dare
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