When we run into problems, whether at home or at work, it's easy to blame the relationship and think we are with the wrong person.At this point, it may be tempting to give up on the relationship or start an affair with somebody else.Here are some of the most common sources of stress, and suggested ways of coping with them, which may save your relationship. But they also bring broken nights and change the balance of your relationship.
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Relationship problems may be triggered by an unexpected event, like the loss of a job, illness or the death of a child.
Many women also go off sex for a period after giving birth.
Second babies bring jealousy from the first-born, and generally more demands.
At the same time, your partner may start to feel resentful if they are now the sole breadwinner.
This may be aggravated if, quite understandably, the jobless person is keeping busy by seeing friends or taking up other pastimes.
Try to work things out between you so that you are both getting your needs met.
This can relieve a lot of the pressure on your relationship.
You will need to talk to your partner to get support, but be careful to talk about your feelings and not to criticise the children.