Alright, you stayed home with the children and now they are all in school. It’s time for you to start focusing on your career again. You landed a great job with many perks. Your partner would even like to have these perks at his job.Now, he has to help out around the house and with the children. You’ve had to work late a couple of times, which meant he had to cook dinner. That’s not that unusual these days for a man to cook and clean. But, your man is used to having you do it.You notice he’s been a little irritable lately. You ask why and he bursts out in anger: “You’re never around!”This isn’t what you were expecting. Let your partner know there is enough of you to go around. Then back it up with action.I hope this lets you know you aren’t alone. Many relationships go through highs and lows. I don’t want you to think that it’s the end of the world if you are having these problems. You can learn to work through your problems and end up on the other side.Compromise is a big part of any relationship. Use your negotiation skills. Prioritize what is really important to you and then be patient. Talk to your friends and family. Ask them how they have survived the tough times. If you find that it isn’t helping, then it’s time to talk to a professional.