Love can make you happy.
Love can also make you miserable if you expect you and your partner to get along just because you fell in love or have wonderful love feelings for each other. Many couples think if they fell in love at one time they should be able to depend on that to carry them through years of the most challenging undertaking they have made in their lives.
Love and marriage is more complicated than that. People are more complex than that. We change. We grow. And if you and your partner aren't on the same page, or used to be and aren't anymore, perhaps you need to consider relationship counseling.
Love is usually the basis for a marital union but it can quickly or over time be challenging to your ideas of what love is all about. If you're wondering if you and your mate are going to not just survive but thrive under the pressures of maintaining work and the challenges of child-rearing, it's time for you to learn to communicate about what is happening with and between each other. Just juggling modern life is not a formula for a healthy, fulfilling life, much less marriage.
Psychological counseling and therapy can help you address the problems in your life that are causing you to feel anxious or depressed. It can help you strengthen the relationships in your life with open conversation, trust and understanding to return you to mental and emotional well being.