Re: Men Doing More Chores Increases Divorce?
One of the reasons I completely adore MrH is because he does so much around the house and garden. He just does it, no need to have any discussion about it, we work well together to run a very large and busy household. We tend to do a fair bit together including cooking and gardening. Even after a long day at work he comes home and just gets stuff done, washing, cleaning or whatever. He will often ask me if there are any jobs that I want him to do and we have no problem asking each other for help doing chores.
I could never respect a lazy man or man child, he had an ex that did very little around the house and did not work outside the house (severe MH issues) so he often tells me with words and actions how much he appreciates the way we work together as a team.
Him doing a lot around the house (as well as working full time plus) is not ever likely to lead to divorce.