Hard marriages. Fights and fights are inevitable, yet many couples end up divorcing if their disputes are too unpleasant. However, many couples try to save their marriage by going to couples therapy, taking a peaceful vacation, or passionately discussing their concerns.
Collaborating with one another is one of the novel approaches that may be taken to attempt to repair a marriage that has been shattered. These couples appear to have a good rapport with one another once they began working together, whether it be in the workplace or doing duties around the house.
We wanted my wife to help me with office duties, especially during quarantine. She learned rapidly after I taught her the essentials of my profession in a day. A positive is that she uses Excel perfectly. Contrary to expectations, we have ceased fighting.”
Hubby and I work at the same firm. It was strange at first and we fought often. Since we're both career-focused, it affected our personal life. I learned online that we both have to be professional when working. That helped us a lot.”
Since we started working together in quarantine, we understood one other better. Like, we found a new version of each other. Seeing him work at home made me realize we hadn't understood one other's job strain. His thoughts are similar.”
“We never discussed how stressful our jobs were. We honored the 7 PM work-related leave regulation. So we never ‘communicated’. It hurt our marriage. We could tell our children were suffering from our fights. But we chose to work together through this issue. We share tension and solve it together. Things have improved since I aid my wife with her work. You must keep working.”
“We proudly founded and own our startup. My spouse handles IT, while I handle marketing and creativity. Despite our outward cooperation, we recognized our marriage had issues. We often commented on one other's work without being asked. That was terrible! We established boundaries, though. No matter, we followed them. We stopped snooping and caring about each other's work. Our marriage is finally improving.”
I laugh at how quarantine united us. Our demanding jobs gave us little time together. We seldom spoke or worked together. Our marriage struggled. We work at home and do stuff together. Now we converse and understand better. I'm pleased quarantine helped.”