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    I am having certain problems in my relationship. My husband and I have been married for almost 2 years now which was before the COVID-19 crisis. We met at a wedding fell in love and got married just like how it happens in movies nowadays. He was so sweet and affectionate with full-on attention to me all the time. We both have jobs and we work in separate firms. We just bought a house and moved in together and it was so romantic as he used to do and surprise me with different things making our married life like the magic was alive every day. After a while, he started acting a little weird. He stopped being so sweet and sugary like he used to and then he would get all messed and angry at times. It was like we couldn’t be in one room together as he would get pissed off really bad.
    This started to worry me and how it can affect my current status of our marital life. It has been almost a month since this has been going on. I tried to talk to him about what the problem is but he keeps shutting me down.
    Could someone please advise me on what to do. This is really starting to create a lot of stress and is affecting my job, health and overall life.


    Hello there, sorry to hear about your situation. Sound like he might be going through some problem in his social life or at work. It seems like you tried to sit with him to talk things through and if that doesn’t work then the next step I would suggest is to get professional help. Getting a couple’s therapy can help improve and resolve any relationship problem. I can say from experience as my husband and I went through therapy after we had a set of fallbacks in our married life.
    I can assure you the therapy can help you get the solution to the problem you are having.


    Hi! Stress in a relationship can be a difficult problem, but it’s not uncommon. If you are experiencing stress in a relationship, it is important to talk openly with your partner about how you are feeling and seek solutions together. Also, if you are feeling overwhelmed or isolated in your relationship, it can be helpful to seek support from others. This can be talking to trusted friends or family members, participating in a support group, or even visiting a dating site like to meet new people and maybe find the right partner. Ultimately, the key to reducing relationship stress is open communication, mutual respect and a willingness to work together to overcome challenges. With time and effort, you can build a strong and fulfilling relationship that brings joy and happiness to both partners.

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