Our expert says:
This does sometimes happen to women after childbirth, related possibly to hormonal issues or to exhaustion, especially if they are carrying the bulk of the chores of caring for the infant. And of course here is also always the possibility of PND, post-natal depression, which saps one's ability to cope, and promotes irritabiliy and reduces libido.
Why not see a marriage counsellor together, as clearly you are both sub-par at present, and could be so much happier together. Look for more that you CAN both do together --- including bathing the child, sharing chores, and charing time-off. Your high power job would function better if you had also some refreshing time-off. Its not a matter necessarily of reducing work-load, but of managing it more efficiently.
Find a diet you camn both work on and share, rather than having conlict about cooking or not.
With properly skilled mariage counselling, you can work togther on solving the problems you share, with less fighting and more productivity, due to the presence of an expert mediator.
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