I’ll be blunt. If you have to ask that question, then in nine out ten situations the answer is yes. If you are having any doubts at all about your marriage, then you really should be talking to someone about those doubts. Ideally, you should be talking to your partner – if you can’t, then communication is a problem and may be the root cause of some of your problems.
In some cases, one-session marriage counseling is all that is required. In the one session, you may be able to determine the cause of your doubts and what strategies you require to put those doubts to rest. In some cases, you and your partner may require more intense therapy, especially if there are deeper issues at work.
Doubt can be a disease that works away at the mind. Doubt can turn the most innocent statements, actions, gestures, or even facial expressions into quite outlandish allegations. Over time, this will lead to conflict between you and your partner – a situation your partner will find difficult to fathom since they have done no wrong.
All marriages go through rough periods. The key to working through these rough patches is communication. If you talk to your partner about what is troubling you, you can both work through them to a satisfactory conclusion. If you cannot communicate your doubts to your partner, you really should speak to a marriage counselor. They will help you both develop those communication skills while also working on the underlying problems. Do you need a marriage counselor? Just asking suggests you do.