I am a firm believer that no matter what your relationship goes through, you are able to make it work as long as both of you are willing to make it work. Marriage isn't simple. Think about it, most of the time it's two people who have never been married coming together to give their best shot at what they perceive marriage to be. So of course their will be mistakes. It's what you do with those mistakes that make the difference.
In that regard everyone should seek help. There are multiple ways to seek help. Seek pastoral counseling, marriage counseling, marriage coaching (which is what I do), seek help from a friend in a positive, strong marriage who is able to give you "good advice". Emphasis on someone who has a strong marriage. Remember that "misery loves company".
If you do not seek help you risk losing it all. There is no one to offer a fresh perspective on your situation. Let's admit it, as humans we typically only see and agree with our own side. If you have dealt with situations that have created resentment, bitterness, or lack of respect for your spouse, you will continue to feed those negative thoughts, they will begin to settle, and ring truer and truer as the days past. Get someone to help you, talk to someone.
But as I began I will conclude...As long as you have two people who are willing to make it work, it can and will work!
Until next time Anticipate, Self-Assure, Persist, Inspire, Reach, Evolve HIGHER!