My wife and I have been married now for 1 month, Yay! Everyone clap! We are in the honeymoon stage for sure but something is going on that we can't figure out. Yes we've been married a short time but we've also only been together for 1 year. During our 1 year together, the arguements we had could be counted on one hand. No fights, no drama.. we've been in relationship bliss.
Now, since our short marriage, we both seem to have become super sensitive to everything we say to each other. So much seems to be taken out of context, feelings are getting hurt unintentionaly... it's crazy! We've talked about it and can't figure out why we are argueing now when before we never did.
We both had a lot of years being single so the only thing we can come up with is that we had become to used to being able to say "I just won't call him/her for a day or two." Now we're living together (have been for 9 months before the wedding), and we can't just walk away.
We are already talking marriage counceling. Thoughts?