Our expert says:
Why not see relationship counsellor together ( eg one found through FAMSA ) to explore this particular relationship and your compatibility, and whether it is working on, and if so, how. There's nothing wrong about being more or less interested in social activity, but if a couple differ widely on this, it may cause problems in their ongoing relationship.
But apart from that, you may be describing an anxiety disorder, including features of social anxiety ( if it's not so much that you're just not especially interested in going out to social gatherings, hut that you expect to feel very uncomfortable at them ), For this CBT style counselling can be very effective indeed, and an assessment by the shrink who can povide this, would clarify what is needed. The Anxiety-Depression Spport Group can help you identify such shrinks within reach of you
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