My husband and I keep fighting over trivial issues...
Dear Diana, I'm 28 and my husband is 31
We stay with our in-laws. We have been married for two years. However, of late, we keep fighting over trivial issues. There seems to be no end to the coldness we share. I feel there is nothing left in our marriage. I wonder what has gone wrong.
It looks like the spark has gone missing from your marriage. You are caught in a rut and leading your lives in a routine manner. Boredom has set in your lives. There is no point blaming each other for what has happened. Start anew and do things you did in the beginning of your relationship. Plan outings and spring surprises at each other just like you did earlier. If your relationship has become void of communication, start talking and spend time together. Learn to enjoy life.
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