Don't give up so easily
Yvonne Smit-Boey, 35
Yvonne Smit-Boey, 35
"I can see the trend of celebrities splitting up after just one child. But I personally don't think the three-year itch will become a phenomenon anytime soon.
"These days, many couples have kids later in life, compared with their parents. I think this makes them appreciate and respect each other much more.
"However, I do agree that the pressures of juggling both career and family can cause lots of tension in a marriage, but mature couples shouldn't have a problem managing this well.
"Every now and then a short getaway or a night out doing things they used to do as a couple will hopefully light a spark in the relationship!"
Nelly Pugh, 35
"There have been ups and downs in our married life. We've worked through the challenging times, which have brought us closer together.
"Thankfully, we've got great support around us. So, I think family and friends are a very important part of our lives and especially marriage. Our own values and beliefs have also got us through the tough times.
"It's been amazing watching our daughter, Ari, grow. My husband, James, works long hours so it's good that we can manage (just about!) on one income. We'd like to think that Ari is a happy child and we are happy parents."
Amelia Grace William, 36
"There's definitely more work when the bundle of joy comes along, also familiarity breeds contempt and couples start to take each other for granted.
"Some couples think that being married is free and easy. But like anything in life, couples need to work and think hard for each other. And yes, couples should not give up so easily.
"I adopt this principle, 'when I marry in the eyes of God and man, divorce is not an option'. Some may not agree, but this principle helps me work at my marriage and not give up."
Zainah Ahmad, 38
"Having a kid in the first year of marriage has definitely been a challenge for my husband and I. But it helped that we knew each other for a decade before we settled down, we knew no matter what, nothing was going to shake our solid foundation.
"Looking back, I'm glad I didn't rush into marriage in my 20s. I don't think I would have been able to handle the stresses of work, marriage and child so well, I probably would have been depressed.
"I believe every year of marriage comes with its own challenges. But whether it's the third or seventh year, if you don't scratch the itch, it will pass and priorities, commitment and marriage vows will prevail."