Dividing domestic duties – including the mental load – can be a struggle. Here's what we can learn from couples that do it well.
Most couples have never sat down and discussed how to divide up housework and child care. The pandemic has made it a necessity.
You'd think millennial couples would be more egalitarian in their approach to household chores, but you'd be wrong.
Whether you're the emotional laboring spouse or the slacker, marriage therapists have some tips for you.
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And I don't hate Saturdays anymore having realized that small and, at first sight, irrelevant things can be of great help in our lives, it just depends on how we view them.
When you revolve your whole life around caring for other human beings, something's got to give somewhere along the way. In our household, that give is bedtime.
Do you get advice that doesn't feel right to you, even when going against it feels counterintuitive because you've heard it so often?