What Problems Can a Young Family Have?

Lilit Amiraghyan


According to Y. Alyoshina, a young family can have the following problems:

  1. Difficulties and problems connected to distribution of marital roles and responsibilities,

  2. Difficulties in dealing with parental family/families of one or both parties,

  3. Conflicts over differences of opinions about interpersonal relationships,

  4. Problems connected to the sexual sphere,

  5. Problems with power and influence in marital relationships,

  6. Lack of intimacy and warmth,

  7. Existence of mental or physical illness in one of the spouses.

These are potential problems that can be solved with the help of a family psychologist.