David have been married for 3 years to Tina, a co-worker whom he was engaged for over 2 years. He considers their union to be generally peaceful and happy with quite a few bickering. Still without children, they have all the time to spend with each other anyway they want – a privilege that few married couples with children, rarely enjoy. But their constant closeness is becoming like a prison cell for David. He says, “We work in the same company, drive together and meet for lunch. Yet, we still email each other. If I don’t send her a SMS, she calls to check me up. And if I spend an evening with the boys, she complains. I love my wife, but after 3 years of marriage and us being too close, I feel trapped."