'I don't see Philip May being threatened at all by this', says relationship advisor Pam Spurr

'I don't see Philip May being threatened at all by this', says relationship advisor Pam Spurr

Theresa May and her husband Philip, a senior executive at an investment fund

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Relationship advisor Doctor Pam Spurr explains what happens to relationships when one partner becomes more successful.

As Theresa May will become Prime Minister later today (Wednesday), The Two Mikes ask whether her husband Philip May could feel threatened.

"The more of a partnership they see themselves as, the less threatened the partner who has less status will feel," she told The Two Mikes. "The person who works 24/7 and only talks about their career and sees themselves as defined by their career success, they will struggle more.

"It seems like they've had a significant partnership," she added. "I don't see Philip May being threatened at all by this."

Listen to the full interview to find out more.

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