Yes, this kind of stuff happens without the aggressor person even realizing what he or she is really doing. It may seem cool to just push someone around in your relationship but in reality you are only hurting them and allowing them to understand that you really do not take them seriously or even care to save the marriage, before it ends abruptly.
Put your mind at ease and try to figure out the best approach to deal with a failing marriage instead of assuming the worst each day. If you feel like this each day and your partner notices this, they will only be pushed farther way from you because of this behavior.
Having the warning signs in place allows to you further evaluate the situation before it becomes any worse than what it already is. Approaching this will care can allow you to successfully save the marriage for the better.
If you are unhappy in your relationship or marriage, then talk about it instead of exchanging negative words of hate, distrust and self-doubt. Remember, that your spouse doesn't know what is going on in your mind, so don't assume that he or she does in these cases.
If you are ready to save your marriage, focus on a more positive attitude and careful thinking. Approach things with care and ease, such as communicating and listening to your spouse or partner. Ask yourself what they are doing in life and join them head on. A marriage is a union of two souls, not one soul facing in one direction while the other in another direction. Face the same way to realize the strength that you can give and offer each other.