Marriage.com said on
Coming to the point of being able to ask for help is often a huge hurdle. Many couples will struggle and suffer alone for years simply because they are too embarrassed or proud to ask for help. Some think that by asking for help they are admitting that there are problems and that in itself will make things worse. There are those who are in denial and refuse to acknowledge that they are in trouble and need help. Asking for help is the first step, and then persevering until you can find the help you need. A lot of patience and perseverance is needed. You must realise that problems which have taken a long time to develop, will probably not be solved in one day or one session.
DiegoM said on
It is true - many couples struggle needlessly because they are too embarrassed to ask for help. They feel that it is a sign of weakness and failure. But you can't get help unless you reach out. It could be to a trustworthy relative or friend, a minister or priest in your church, or a professional therapist. The longer you leave things, the worse they will get. Act quickly, sort out the problem and enjoy your married life again.