Jessica Simpson and her husband, Eric Johnson, are reportedly having some marital issues. According to OK! Magazine, the newlyweds have been going to marriage counseling to try and keep their relationship in check. The decision to get third party help reportedly came after they had a very public argument earlier this month. Jess and Eric are said to be working on “communication,” which is something that many couples need help with.
“The fuss all began during a romantic date night at the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood, California, after Simpson became upset with Johnson for talking to another woman at the restaurant. But though she was angry at the time, the source says Simpson eventually presented counseling as a way for the couple to learn how to better resolve their conflicts,” OK! Magazine reports.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson are determined to make their marriage work. Although they have only been married for about eight months (they married over the Fourth of July weekend in 2014), the two probably want to stay on top of things, and make sure that they are keeping their marriage healthy — and there is nothing wrong with that.
According to the Huffington Post, Jessica and Eric recently enjoyed a date night out, and the two spent some time chatting about their children, Maxwell and Ace. Sources say that they want to make sure their marriage works for the sake of their kids.
“Date night with my hubby looking at pictures of our kiddos. These 2 are perfect. Crazy individual people we are so proud of….,” Jessica posted on Instagram along with a photo of her two young children.
The Jessica Simpson marriage counseling report seems a bit farfetched when you look at some of Jess’ recent social media posts. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Jessica posted some sexy photos of her and her husband, tagging them as Fifty Shades Of Johnson.
“The photos posted to Jessica Simpson’s Instagram feed stopped short of anything related to Christian Grey’s ‘playroom’ antics, but it seems that some still find the images a little too raunchy for the public’s eye.”
Of course a healthy sex life and a mutual attraction is not the be all, end all of a marriage. Perhaps the two are going to marriage counseling to keep up the other important aspects of their relationship. Thoughts?
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