Psychologist: Housework makes lucky men!
|Men, who help in the household, are healthier than the average, have a lucky partnership and to enjoy an unusually satisfying Sexual relationship. To this result a study of the University of Washington comes. The psychologist Dr. John Godman explains: "men, who wipe, cook or iron more frequently dust, give their partners the feeling, that they are loved and not because of their domestic services".|
Most women complain, their partners supported them too little with the house work. Now a new statistics shows that men with university and other higher education are still earliest bent to perform household work. more (from Swiss daily indicator)
Men who chose to stay at home to raise the children while the mothers commute to work experience things most fathers do not. Not the least of these are the insensitive comments by people who can't comprehend the concept.
It's the price at-home dads pay for being daring and non-traditional. After all, it's not everyday you encounter an at-home dad -- then again, maybe you do and just don't realize it because they look like ordinary fathers ... (Read full article by Buzz McLain)