As Matt (a host at TCI's April 14-16 three day summit on How To Create A Thriving Home-Based Coaching Business) sees it, a healthy relationship needs two dynamics: closeness and space.
"A lot of people feel shame or guilt around one of those things. A lot of people when they get too close, they don't really like it," he says.
"So once they're a little too close they start rebelling or starting to argue. So too much closeness can be anxiety producing for some people.
Another common dynamic is when one one person "is really comfortable spending a lot of time away and their partner has lots of anxiety around the other person leaving," says Matt
When you live and work with someone, pretty much all you have is closeness, "although you can screw that up by starting to withdraw. You don't really talk to each other anymore, you stop being honest.
"When they say, 'What's wrong?' and you say 'Nothing', but you're actually pissed off.
Is this ticking any boxes with you about saving your marriage during coronavirus?